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MS Visual C++ Runtime Error IE Explorer

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My problem is with Internet Explorer! The problem is as follows:

If any user is logged on be it a regular user in XP Pro. (service pack 2) or with Admin privileges they will not be able to use internet explorer if there is another user logged on already has at least one internet explorer window open! If I use Opera there is no problem. By looking on the net and the Microsoft site they mention to try uninstalling the Google tool bar. However, I do not have any tool bars installed just plain old Microsoft’s that comes with IE. Got any ideas? Do you think McAfee Security Centre could be the problem? My sister’s computer is running McAfee SC, but she has no problems… I'd appreciate it if u know what could be amiss...

As suggested by one user of the Forum I tried running the sfc /scannow utility and it came back with no errors…

If anyone has any if it would be greatly appreciated!

I've also included a screen dump!

Thanx in advance!
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Hi and welcome to Geeks to Go. You could try some other methods of repair on IE. See the guide at
http://www.geekstogo...er-60-t251.html Method 1 is the sfc /scannow which you already tried. See method 2 and also check out the M$ document link in the guide.
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