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Rundll32.exe XPCom:Event Reciever


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Hey guys,
So recently i have been having 2 shutdown errors and i dont know what to do to fix them. First on that i dont get as much as the other one is the "rundll32.exe not responding" when i am shutting down my comp.

THe other one that i get more often than the other is "XPCom:Event Reciver not responding" when i am shutting down the comp.

Any ideas or help is greatly apriciated thanks a lot.
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Here is an article from Microsoft that may help until one of the moderators in the forum comes along. :tazz:
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the run32.dll is gonna take a bit to research but i found something on the other one...are you using mozilla firefox?
http://www.xulplanet...ultu/xpcom.html

i also found a reference to removing the google toolbar if you have it installed
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THanks for the find guys. I will look into these. I will also update u if things go over well or not. Thanks

Edited by Tytheman12, 08 February 2006 - 02:55 PM.

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Well these were both very good finds, but they didnt really help me get rid of the problem. If u could keep searching as so will i i would be very greatful. THanks.

Yes i am using firefox. But this just recently started to happen and i have been using firefox since it came out.

Edited by Tytheman12, 08 February 2006 - 02:59 PM.

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what about the google toolbar..have you recently installed it? by the description....it sounds like the google toolbar for IE conflicts with the one built into firefox
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http://www.topqualit...5edda99f0a6d354 there's one for the rundll
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No i have never installed the goolge toolbar for IE or Firefox. I will check that new link thanks.
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http://help.lockergn...php/t37886.html

so far..everything i'm seeing about the XPCom:Event Reciver not responding is involving either the google toolbar, or a firewall setting...possibly a conflict between a third party firewall and the mozilla firewall
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Well i did the thing for the rundll32.exe and it worked and i gave all privlages to firefox on my firewall. So everything is running smoothly now thanks to u. I will keep u updated if anyhting goes wrong. Thank u everyone for ur help.
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