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I need help as I guess my system has been affected by spyware and some of the “registry files” affected also. Experiencing same problem while trying to deploy new systems. Have narrowed most IEHelper errors to a conflict with Acrobat Reader and Google Toolbar (happens with new gTB Beta 3 also). I have searched GOOGLE for hours looking for ideas on what could be causing this.
then you might have some corrupt files or other serious issues going. The best thing to try here is to uninstall IE 9 and re-install it. Go to the Advanced tab and check the Use software rendering instead of GPU rendering box. With every new edition of Internet Explorer, there are always a new set of problems that one must contend with!
This is one way of getting rid of IExplore errors once and for all. I was getting the above error message after I installed IE 8. After trying many things I uninstalled IE 8 and reinstalled IE 7 and the error message stopped.
- Since it is not an independent file like an executable file (.EXE), a running program should explicitly call this file.
- These sources are taken as a base to identify the conflicting rudiments and their resolution methods.
- Though .dll files look like a great way to share code, they also come with their own set of problems.
- The given solutions are in accordance with the sequential order of causes as above.
- On other occasions, users have experienced a RunDLL error with the following message displayed.
Video Showing How To Fix File Explorer In Windows 10:
IE 9 is a good step forward in that it supports many standards and will make designing web pages much easier, but it does have a few technical problems. I’ll need to take a look at your components hive to trace some of these files. You can also use this utility to try and fix Internet problems, update issues and a msvcp50.dll missing few others. I switched to using Google Chrome for a few months now. If a web page misbehaves, you can close only that tab and the others keep going.
IEXPLORE.EXE is generationg a message that says ‘Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropiate permission to access the item’. It comes up constantly, please tell me what to do. I forgot to mention, in the above comment, that i was only getting this error, when sending email from yahoo. Try to see what program you are using, when receiving this error, and it will likely be a problem within that particular program, and not explorer, even though the error says it is a iexplore.exe error.