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IE explorer inetcpl error?


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razzelle

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Just yesterday I started getting this error when trying to delete all offline content....when I close IE explorer also...

this is what I am seeing...

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"c:\windows\system32\shell32.dll,control-rundll"c\windows\system32inetcpl.cpl,internet options...

what does that mean??? I didnt do anything weird, that I can think of?
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Hi razzelle!

Try running CleanUp! from the link in my signature and let it do a STANDARD cleanup. Then after you are done logging back in, reboot your computer and once you are logged back in, try and see if you still get the same errors.

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this didnt work. :tazz:
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It's the internet control panel log, it keeps the information in history and such, and it's likely become corrupted. You might try deleting cookies, history, etc, and see if it's corrected. One possibility is you may have lost a .dll or something that is needed to keep it up to date, so it isn't valid.
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Do you have SP2 installed? If so, download the attachment in this post and extract inetcpl.cpl to c:\windows\system32. Then reboot your computer and let me know if the error continues.

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