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HELP w/ reoccurring error message


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Achilles7

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Everytime I'm online using Windows XP after a while an ERROR message pops up that says:

The Program ["C:/Program File\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe"] caused a problem and is going to close.
Would you like to save a dump file?

This always closes all my windows.

Can someone help me fix this problem? Thanks in advance.

Edited by Achilles7, 10 June 2008 - 05:39 PM.

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Abydos

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Hi Achilles7

Do you recall if it is the same web-sites that causes the shutdown of IE,
or is it random?

Do you use IE6 or IE7?

Regards Abydos
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Abydos, Thanks for responding. It happens with random websites. I am using IE7. I did do some looking on my own and tried this:

Start>Run>regsvr32 urlmon.dll

So far I have not had a problem. Do you think this worked?
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Abydos, Thanks for responding. It happens with random websites. I am using IE7. I did do some looking on my own and tried this:

Start>Run>regsvr32 urlmon.dll

So far I have not had a problem. Do you think this worked?


Hi Achilles7

That should work just fine :)

Reason for my question about it being random or not, is;

That if it was for some specific sites, I should include Java and Flash
into the possible culprits, along with some IE settings.

Glad you got it solved.

Regards Abydos
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Unfortunately the error message has returned. Do you have any ideas on how to fix this problem?

Thanks.
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Hi Achilles7


Lets see if this will work.
The fix is just below the original post.

http://www.tech-archive.net

Regards Abydos
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