Ok, my PC is running good now after about 3 or 4 days of problems with like the Rundll32 problem and all. I suggest to people reading this not to install The System Guard (System Defense thingy) within Dell PC Tuneup, what a headache. Made some of the things in Control Panel not open with a Rundll32 warning balloon each time. It was a nice thought, before I knew it's full potency. Maybe if you have real Rundll32 (Viruses, Mal-Ware and relatives) issues, maybe run it then, if you have Dell PC Tuneup, don't know. Just FYI, there.
When I installed Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2, like I said in my last post, everything seemed fine, albeit...temporarily. A lot of programs do not run with Beta anything. Like, my Anti-Virus ran, but, I couldn't see or adjust any of the settings (blank screen) with Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2. And some more secure websites like banking and credit card websites reject Beta, at least a lot of them do. So, maybe, wait until Internet Explorer 8 is official, I would say. Went back to IE 7, and, no problem at all. Ok, another FYI, if useful.
And, now, IE 7 works fine and everything else is at this point. And I guess I'll have to live with the new IE 7 settings, at least for now. Been using Mozilla Firefox 3 mostly lately and I'm liking it at this point. Very nice browser, I've heard good things about Opera, too, so, maybe at some point. Also, Safari was sorta installed on my system by the Apple folks, recently, and that's not a bad alternative either, I guess, looking at it.
You know I recently read some info online about the Rundll32 file. I mean the real one is necessary to open Control Panel, but, I guess viruses and stuff damage it and different things. Sort of a sneaky little file, huh? I think I fixed mine with RegCure, but, I'm not too sure of the integrity of it or Errorsmart i.e. Fix PC Errors. What do you all know about these?
Thanx again for your interest in my problems.
Edit : Misspellings
Edited by Aztec077, 08 October 2008 - 06:09 AM.