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Tonight i uninstalled internet explorer 6 because it was rooting up on me. I installed Firefox instead...(im not sure if this is in the right subject but anyway)

After doing this i have tried to open images on my computer (jpg and gif) and they wont open. I normally use ACDSEE to open and veiw images.
I can open them fine if i do it in firefox. But if i try and use ACDSEE it comes up with this error.

Error Starting Program
A required .DLL file, SHFOLDER.DLL, was not found.

I tried to uninstall it, then i reinstalled it but it wouldnt work.

Please help as i work alot with images and its kind of uselss if i cant open them

oh and for the record i cant have a user display pic in MSN either...
when i try it says the image i have chosen isnt a valid type.
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While FireFox is a great browser, it's not recommended you uninstall Internet Explorer. Some site and software require IE to function, most notably Windows Update.

There are some plugins tht fool sites into thinking you're using IE, but I don't think they would work in this application. Extensions here: https://update.mozil...ication=firefox
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Thanks.
I dont use windows updater anyway (or at leas i havent used it in the past)

I seem to have found a temp soultion in using QUICKTIME picture veiwer to open and view images.
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