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biferi

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I have iE8 64 Bit and Win7 64 Bit.

 

If I click on the Favorites Tab in the Menu Bar and then click Organize Favorites from the Dropdown list I get this.

 

Errer:100

Ivaled Class String.

 

And yes I did try iE10 and the same thing happens.

 

Any thoughts thanks.


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Try the procedure in http://www.winhelpon...e-organize-fav/


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Thank you for the help and I did just that.

 

I go to start and Right Click Command Prompt and click Run As Admin.

 

And then in Command Prompt I type

regsvr32 jscript.dll

 

Then hit enter and a Box opens and says

 

DllRegistrer in jscript.dll succeeded.

 

I click OK then Exit Command Prompt and restart system.

 

Then after Bootup I go to iE8 64Bit and open it and go back to Favorites and click Favorites Tab then Organize Favorites and the same Box opens

 

Error:100

Invalide Class String.

 

What is up????


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See if you can do

regsvr64  jscript.dll

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OK I just did what you told me to with th 64

regsvr64  jscript.dll

 

And it says

regsvr64 is not recognized as an internal or external command. Operable prograam or batch file.

 

Any thoughts?


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