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Hi! I've been dealing with this issue for the past, oh couple of months...but now it's just too much. I'll be surfing and all of a sudden my browser halts and an error message is displayed, as shown..
I have all the latest updates, but they do not seem to remedy the problem...any suggestions? Thank you in advance :tazz:

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Try repairing IE http://www.geekstogo...er-60-t251.html

Also, have you scanned for any malware on your computer?
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yea, I tried that link already...still happens tho not as frequently.
absolutely no malware on the pc...just cleaned it yesterday...its squeeky clean...
we shall see.
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Hi mcrammy we need rather (I) the technical information you left out. See the blue link? Thats say's "click here? Click on that. It will tell you what .dll file is corrupted as well as what caused it to function in that manner. Find the corrupted .dll (dynamic link library file)then post reply.

Did you check the event viewer?

hm.. IE is filled with bugs. Have you tried alternative browsers such as firefox or opera?

Also, try cleaning out your internet cache and cookies.


Thats not resolving issue! Switching web browsers in a 'temporary fix' which will not resolve the issue. FYI Internet explorer is more secure than Opera and firefox!

Edited by Irongeek, 16 December 2005 - 01:36 PM.

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hm.. IE is filled with bugs. Have you tried alternative browsers such as firefox or opera?

Also, try cleaning out your internet cache and cookies.
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