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From: Tim on 04/07/2003
has anyone seen this problem? while browsing the internet, it automatically closed the browser. have reinstalled IE so many times, but didn't help.

thanks,
Tim
timtbh@yahoo.com

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From: aneesh on 06/21/2012
Thanks a Million for whoever suggested to Uncheck the 'enable thirdparty browser extension'.
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From: joshua on 12/27/2011
mine to but in patch.exe

AppName:patch.exe
Appver:0.0.0.0
ModName:unknown
ModVer:0.0.0.0
Offset:00004270

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From: Robert on 07/05/2011
I have iexplore.exe App Ver 8.0.6001.18702 popping up all the time. But, I went and removed the toolbar called "BING" and I no longer have a problem with my iexplore.exe
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From: Misty on 05/09/2011
please respond here or email me at mstblue77@hotmail.com for this craigslist error signature help

Thanks

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From: Misty on 05/09/2011
I'm getting signature error in Iexplore trying to get on craigslist.It only starts when I get to posting page with extened tabs pulled up. I tryed checking third party, but nothing.
Need HELP!!!
appver:8.0.6001.18702
modname:kernel32.dll
modver:5.1.2600.5781
ofset:00012afb
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From: Paulie on 03/31/2011
Internet explorer settings - reset internet explorer
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From: Ron on 01/12/2011
Keep getting IE error when online.

AppName: iexplore.exe AppVer: 7.0.6000.17091 AppStamp: 4c7457af
ModName: unknown ModVer: 0.0.0.0 ModStamp: 00000000 fDebug: 0
Offset: 000018e8

This is happening on 2 of my computers even after I reimaged/wiped out by Operating System (Win Xp Pro with IE7).

Any information to resolve this issue would be greatly appreciated.

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From: Vinod E M on 12/04/2010
http://www.technize.com/how-to-fix-internet-explorer-crashes/

Follow the link...disable all unnecessary ADD ons..it will solve the problem...

AppName: iexplore.exe AppVer: 7.0.6000.17055 ModName: kernel32.dll
ModVer: 5.1.2600.2180 Offset: 0001eb33

This is what I was facing...now OK

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From: venki on 07/19/2010
AppName: explorer.exe   AppVer: 6.0.2900.5512   ModName: urlmon.dll
ModVer: 8.0.6001.18828   Offset: 00004ff0

plz give me a solution to this problem

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From: pc on 07/13/2010
i have been geting following error signature sfter computer shuts down and restarts BCCode : fe BCP1 : 00000005 BCP2 : 88DB70E0 BCP3 : 11063104
BCP4 : 87E30718 OSVer : 5_1_2600 SP : 2_0 Product : 256_1 help
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From: virakk on 04/10/2010
hi.nocrash! i need ur help . when i open Adobe After Effects CS3 .
after i got Error signature that i see AppName:afterfx.exe
Appver:8.0.0.247 ,ModName:unknown , ModVer:0.0.0.0 ,Offset:000bjafc
please me resolv
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From: virak on 04/10/2010
Hi nocrash ! I got Error signature and i don't know what to do please tell , because of it i almost nervuos
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From: rahul on 03/25/2010
unchecking third party in advance option help me out...thanks
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From: prasad on 02/25/2010
AppName: iexplore.exe   AppVer: 6.0.2900.2180   ModName: mshtml.dll
ModVer: 6.0.2900.2180   Offset: 0006cd64
unchecking the'Enable third party browser extensions' in IE gave me relief from the error... i'm enjoying the browsing Thanks for the post....
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From: sarfraz on 02/20/2010
AppName: iexplore.exe   AppVer: 6.0.2900.2180   ModName: mshtml.dll
ModVer: 6.0.2900.2180   Offset: 0012bd68


plz give me a solution to this probl

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From: steve on 02/19/2010
AppName: iexplore.exe   AppVer: 6.0.2900.2180   ModName: mshtml.dll
ModVer: 6.0.2900.2180   Offset: 0012bd68

Guyz, plz give a solution to this problem. wen I go to facebook.com
this error occurs.

PLZ HELP!!!

plz plz plz

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From: babak on 01/29/2010
guys it fixed,in internet options,advanced,reset internet option seting solved the problem for me ,tnx anyway
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From: babak on 01/29/2010
guys please help me,when i try to type in search bars of pages (for example search for a song) i gotthis error :

AppName: iexplore.exe   AppVer: 8.0.6001.18702   ModName: msvcrt.dll
ModVer: 7.0.2600.5512   Offset: 00036fa3

what should i do ?

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From: setu on 01/28/2010
how remove error:-

Error signature:

C:\DOCUME~1\abc\LOCALS~1\Temp\WERb7db.dir00\Mini012810-01.dmp
C:\DOCUME~1\abc\LOCALS~1\Temp\WERb7db.dir00\sysdata.xml

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From: alesha on 01/24/2010
AppName:iexplorer.exe, AppVer: 6.0.2900.2180 ModName: Unknown
Modver: 0.0.0.0 Offset:00cd
I just started getting this problem today and it ake everyone of my web pages crash. i've tried everything on this forum. Is there anything anyone knows that can help??
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From: Minke on 01/20/2010
I did the trick: Tool> Internet Options> Enable....

NOT WORKING!

I am having the following error message just before Internet Explorer closes the browser.

AppName: iexplore.exe   AppVer: 6.0.2900.2180   ModName: unknown
ModVer: 0.0.0.0   Offset: 00000000

PLEASE HELP!

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From: khan on 01/12/2010
hi...

plz help me out guys
i m having a problem when i open my (my document) folder
freeze everything and had to close
error is

window explorer..
error signature szAppName : explorer.exe szAppVer : 6.0.2900.5512 szModName : hungapp
szModVer : 0.0.0.0 offset : 00000000

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From: kmmorris on 12/03/2009
Solution/Workaround:

[1] Run each of the following from Start / Run:

regsvr32 Shdocvw.dll
regsvr32 Shell32.dll
regsvr32 Oleaut32.dll
regsvr32 Actxprxy.dll
regsvr32 Mshtml.dll
regsvr32 Urlmon.dll

step by step:

copy: all of the above - click start - click run - type cmd press enter - right click in the black area select paste press enter.

Then [2]
Uncheck Enable third-party browser extensions in the advanced tab of internet options.

Worked for me . Error was related to IE not reponding when I entered a website and attempted to do a search eg : Secured website at work (ALDON) or at an public site like Amazon . Error was specfic to APPNAME : iexplore.exe AppVer 6.0.2900.2100 ModName : hungapp

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From: shawn39 on 11/06/2009
Right click on internet explorer click on properties click on advance tab then look for a box says" 3rd party browser extension" uncheck the box.
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From: gordana on 10/29/2009
My problem is AppName: iexplore.exe   AppVer: 8.0.6001.18702   ModName: kernel32.dll
ModVer: 5.1.2600.5781   Offset: 00012afb
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From: melissa on 10/05/2009
Im getting an error it only happens when i close out ie i have ie7 an xp sp3

appname.exe
appver:7.0.6000.16876
modname unknown
mod ver 0.0.0.0
offset 02b12a9c


i had ie8 an got an error plus the dep message that would never go away so i went bk to ie7 an now i get this error all these errors are driving my over the edge

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From: shravan on 09/28/2009
Guys

Go to internet options => programs (tab) => Manage Addons

U will get a whole list,
in that except java , microsoft add ons , disable every other ADD-ON that worked fine for me.

CHk out

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From: RajendraHalemane on 09/13/2009
Thanks a lot. From this blog just now enabled to solve the similar problem, which i was experiencing since 15 days!!
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From: Sean on 07/21/2009
I have the same problem with my work email, i can open hotmail, bebo, facebook but as soon as i sign in it knocks me back with the same error as everyone else, it wont let me change any advanced settings, any help would be much appreciated?

Regards Sean

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From: Parm on 07/21/2009
I'm gettin the following error and unchecking third party extension did not fix it

AppName: ixplore.exe
AppVer: 7.0.6000.16791
ModName: unknown
ModVer: 0.0.0.0
Offset: 00143d79

The error only comes up when i am going to wesites which require a login, for example hotmail, facebook, etc. Any ideas.

thanks

Parm

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From: peter on 07/14/2009
problem solved
go to tools/ internet options/advance tab/uncheck enable third party
browser extentions
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From: azmat,India on 05/04/2009
when i start my window,after some time the scree is not displying properly and system hange.
Error signature
szAppName:qhntevl.exe
szAppver:3.0.0.1
szModName:hungapp
szModver:0.0.0.0
offset:00000000
I also formet my system but problem is not remove.
help me
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From: Taz on 05/02/2009
Install Firefox, it's free. Install Firefox plugins NoScript and AdBlock and only enable what you need for each site. Most sites don't need full access to your browser and you will have less chance of getting a virus.
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From: Norm on 04/29/2009
hi im getting the same error message when I close explorer, ive tried Adrians fix, and ive tried Dorins fix, neither have worked, it only happens when I close a web page from myspace, no others do it, any help would be greatly appreciated, Peace
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From: rambabu on 04/27/2009
dont send error internet explor
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From: rambabu on 04/27/2009
has anyone seen this problem? while browsing the internet, it automatically closed the browser. have reinstalled IE so many times, but didn't help.
thanks,

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From: Dorin on 04/07/2009
IE/ Tools/ Internet Options/ Programs/ Manage add-ons/ XML DOM Document/ Disable

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From: Dreams on 03/30/2009
I am facing a starnge problem. My hard disk crashed so i have a new hardisk now and reinstalled windows etc.. but now i am facing problem with flash player.. It gets installed but cannot view any content on web pages.. Not able to download any previous versions also.. I have Windows XP and IE 7.. Please help!!
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From: Guest on 02/22/2009
unchecking the'Enable third party browser extensions' in IE did the job for me too! Awsome.....
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From: siva on 02/15/2009
i am getting the same problem.....
but in my system all programs like MS OFFICE,PDF are working.
but i can't able to run the software like STAAD,SAP,ETABS(CIVIL SOFTWARE).its giving the error like ERROR SIGNATURE App name:etabs.exe. App version:9.1.0.8 Mod Name:etabs.exe Modver:9.1.0.8 offset:0022006a.


even i have formatted my C drive and re-installed windows.Even then he same error is coming.

please help me ......


SIVA
something.sp@gmail.com

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From: siva on 02/15/2009
i am getting the same problem.....
but in my system all programs like MS OFFICE,PDF are working.
but i can't able to run the software like STAAD,SAP,ETABS(CIVIL SOFTWARE).its giving the error like ERROR SIGNATURE App name:etabs.exe. App version:9.1.0.8 Mod Name:etabs.exe Modver:9.1.0.8 offset:0022006a.


even i have formatted my C drive and re-installed windows.Even then he same error is coming.

please help me ......

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From: Suresh on 02/12/2009
Thanks alot..Its woking fine by using the solution provided
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From: Gopa on 01/16/2009
Thanks for the simple fix. It seems to have resolved my Browser crashing issue.
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From: Cindy on 01/16/2009
Thanks, thatīs great, it works!
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From: adrian on 12/09/2008
every time i closed a web page i got the error so thanks to the people on here and pc pitstop i did this

On the Tools menu, click Internet Options, and then click the Advanced tab.

3. In the Settings box, click to clear the Use HTTP 1.1 check box under HTTP 1.1 settings, and then click OK.

and it worked a treat

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From: anurag on 11/26/2008
AppName: iexplore.exe   AppVer: 6.0.2900.5512   ModName: mshtml.dll
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From: Den on 11/26/2008
I also have received this error signature message and shutdown of the application when trying to down load. To correct, even at legitimate websites, I unchecked = Tools = Internet options = Advanced and then uncheck : "check for signatures on downloaded programs". This seems to have corrected that problemin this case. MS just recently issued an automatic update to signatures policies and that's when the problem started for me.

I was even getting this problem while not on line using Windows Explorer when I highlighted and tried to run a few video clips using Windows media player. The unchecking of: "Enable third-part browser extensions" also stop that problem.

Thanks for your help!

Good Luck!!!!

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From: cham123 on 11/02/2008
I had the same problem when browsing particular web site. I thought it was virus and tried to solve it. According to your article instruction, I changed the browser setting and now it is working perfectly. Thank you very much for your simple instruction.
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From: Gosbert on 10/28/2008
I have this problem which comes when I log in with gmail account. It closes my account and have not yet been able to see my mails for the past three days.

WHAT IS THIS BLOODY "Post a Reply to: "Error signature, AppName:iexplore.exe, Appver:6.0.2800.1106; ModNam:ntdll.dll" WHAT CAN WE DO TO SORT THIS OUT?

We need solution

Regards

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From: Colin on 10/16/2008
Go to the top of the class it works like honey for a bee?
All I want to know now is how the heck did it go like that after all these years with out any probs?
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From: Tiffany on 10/07/2008
unchecking the'Enable third party browser extensions' in IE did the job for me too! Two thumbs up!!
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From: Kirik on 09/13/2008
Thank you.

I did the uncheck on third party extensions. Worked like a charm? Yep!

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From: olala on 08/16/2008
thank you very much. I did as you said, uncheck the enable third party , and everything is gine. Good luck
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From: Ronnie on 07/27/2008
Super, works just fine. Many many thanks!!!
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From: Rahul on 07/25/2008
Go to Control Panel --> Internet Opetions--> Advanced Tab. Uncheck "Enable Third party browser Extensions". It has totally fixed my error.(rahul_iamhere@yahoo.com)
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From: Sakol on 07/11/2008
Thank you so much i can solved this problem by disable 'enable 3rd party' and effect when i restart browser
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From: jason on 07/10/2008
i keep getting error appver:7.0.6000.16674 every time i close my internet app.on windows xp/please help...
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From: mike on 07/09/2008
It is add-ons. Always try disabling add-ons first to see which one is causing the kernel error.
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From: chubby on 07/08/2008
yo i did the enabling thirdparty ext and that shit worked...TRY IT PPL...thanks a milli a milli a milli..lol
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From: Brenda on 05/01/2008
I have this error constantly. I reinstalled IE 7 several times and unchecked the "enable third party browser" AND still have the error.
What else can I do?

Brenda

freesia71303@hotmail.com

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From: sam on 04/09/2008
i can offer help for this problem use opera being using it for a few years work great :)
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From: Chad on 03/22/2008
WOW, Thank you for the tip on disabling third party!
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From: Vivienne on 02/19/2008
unchecking the 3rd party worked perfectly thanks
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From: Anil on 02/06/2008
Hi

Thanks a Million for whoever suggested to Uncheck the 'enable thirdparty browser extension'.

It worked for me.It resolved my very very long problem.

Thank you,
Anil

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From: Stephen on 02/01/2008
Wow that uncheck the third party box advice was just so easy and clear. Thanks....

Stephen

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From: ferry on 02/01/2008
Guy's,

Go to the menu of the pop up blocker settings and put the site in the list of trusted allowed sites. This worked for me

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From: Anil on 12/06/2007
IE --> tools --> internet options --> select the advanced tab and uncheck the 'enable 3rd party browser' solved the problem
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From: Avram on 10/13/2007
disabling Third Party Extensions seem to work. Thank you
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From: Brian on 09/12/2007
I just re-installed Win XP Home edition on my desktop and faced the same problem of IE7 crashing with the following error report - Error Signature; iexplore.exe; App version: 7.0.5296.0; Mod name unknown; mod version 0.0.0.0; offset 00000000. Uncheking the 'Enable 3rd party browser extensions" box solved the problem but I can't utilise any dowloaded toolbars as a result.

Ironically, the 3rd party browser extension is checked on my note book and IE 7 is able to operate without any error messages appearing. That's odd.

Go to internet options on your control panel,select the advanced tab & uncheck the 'enable 3rd party browser' box under browsing if you can't access from the browser.

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From: Matt on 09/11/2007
We had the same problem. Brand new XP SP2 machine with IE7 and all the latest service packs.

Solution was to download latest flash player, shockwave player, and java.

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From: Max on 09/03/2007
unchecking the'Enable third party browser extensions' solved my problem of Kernel.dll error signature.

Thank u.

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From: viv on 08/18/2007
AppName: iexplore.exe

THANK YOU!I THOUGHT IT WAS A VIRS AND I HAVE HAD TRIERD EVERYTHING.BUT KNOW THANKS TO YOU IT WORKS.

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From: Myton on 08/01/2007
I got a similar error:

AppName: iexplore.exe
AppVer: 6.0.2900.2180
ModName: mso.dll
ModVer: 12.0.4518.1014
Offset: 0011eda5

I have MS Office Pro 2003, MS Project 2003, MS Visio 2003, and OneNote 2007. I read all the posts and none of them worked. I was getting this clicking on a link in an email that pointed to SharePoint. I had tried several possibilities and when I had just uninstalled OneNote 2007 and clicked the link again it worked. So OneNote has somehow tweaked the mso.dll.

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From: Ghazanfar on 07/26/2007
Normally, my IE7 was working fine. But whenever I access a specific webpage, IE7 was crashing with following Error signature:

AppName: iexplore.exe   AppVer: 7.0.6000.16473   ModName: kernel32.dll
ModVer: 5.1.2600.3119   Offset: 00012a5b

To solve such kind of problems, please proceed as following:

Go to Tool >> Internet Option >> Advanced Tab:
Under Browsing node, Un-check " Enable third-party browser extensions" item.

It is working for me and I hope, it will also solve your problem.
Ghazanfar Ali ZTE Corp. P.R. China

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From: UltimateWilliam on 07/17/2007
Only one reason causing this problem. You've got Virus!
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From: Mark on 07/12/2007
This thread was very helpful. On the helpdesk I work on I encountered a user having this issue with IE7. I went in and disabled a third party browser addon that handled launching the document, and the user was then able to open it.
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From: Thomas on 06/18/2007
I get this error report when Internet Explorer 7 dies on me all the time:

AppName: iexplore.exe  
AppVer: 7.0.6000.16473  
ModName: ntdll.dll
ModVer: 5.1.2600.2180  
Offset: 00018fea

I tried turning off third party extensions but it didn't help. I'll keep looking for a fix. :-)

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From: Dan on 02/27/2007
Hi,

Rather than disabling Third Party Extensions it is well worth checking what ones you have installed, you can normally view these in C:\WINDOWS\Downloaded Program Files. I had this problem on a Win2K server and it looks as though it was down to the version of Adobe Flash Player I had installed. I went into the directory above, right clicked on the extension and removed it, I then downloaded the latest version from Adobe and the server seems to be much happier.

I'd check any extensions you have installed and remove any you don't need, and try updating those you do still need.

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From: eldin on 01/19/2007
do ie optimization

delete temporary files ,cookies ,history in general
in security ----all zones should be in default
content-clear ssl state
advanced-uncheck enable 3rd party browser
check use ssl 2.0 use ssl3.0

try in no addons mode
if it works then try to find which addon is casusing the problem

try to do online spyware scan

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From: eldin on 01/19/2007
do ie optimization
do ie reset
remove the addons that are not verified
do a spy ware scan
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From: Steph on 01/19/2007
I work for Sony VAIO tech support, and I had this err with a customer. Going to the Adv tab and disabling Third Party Extensions did the trick! Thanks
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From: Peter on 01/11/2007
I have a program that went bonkes. The same think "Error Signature" the name of a file and when I click the close button the program shuts down. Unftunately, it is a Client managment program that I rely on quite a bit! I am
Can you be a little more specific about the third party stuff what program?
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From: Sudheer on 01/09/2007
unchecking the Enable the third party box under advanced tab has perfectly cleared the error..Thank you.
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From: kris on 01/07/2007
my error started when I downloaded firefox... did not go away when i uninstalled firefox.

just tried the third party thing hopefully that will fix it.

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From: will on 11/29/2006
[quote]Thanks you guys very much! I initially had an Error Signature when exploring some particular websites. I tried many different ways esp removing Spywares but it did not solve the problem. Finially, unchecking the Enable the third party box under advanced tab has perfectly cleared the error.[/quote] Why cant i uncheck the box, when i try clicking the tick box nothing happens.
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From: Hour IX on 10/11/2006
Thanks you guys very much! I initially had an Error Signature when exploring some particular websites. I tried many different ways esp removing Spywares but it did not solve the problem. Finially, unchecking the Enable the third party box under advanced tab has perfectly cleared the error.

Thanks,
IX, Cambodian
hourix2005@yahoo.com

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From: ModVer:6.0.2900.2937 on 09/12/2006
Oftset:00018d56
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From: AppVer:6.0.2900.2180 on 09/12/2006
ModName: shdocvw.dll
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From: Blaine on 08/18/2006
Check out the following: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923762/
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From: Joel on 08/17/2006
The IE upgrade has all sorts of problems.When I changed the HTTP settings the problem is resolved for me.
I could not get the root of the problems.Anyway thanks for the help and support.
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From: Mike in Dallas on 08/13/2006
Hey guys,

I've been having constant crashes in IE on Win2000 different machines since update.

Just found this that *seems* to have stopped them.

http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2006/08/08/692437.aspx

1. Start Internet Explorer 6.

2. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options, and then click the Advanced tab.

3. In the Settings box, click to clear the Use HTTP 1.1 check box under HTTP 1.1 settings, and then click OK.


Now if someone can just tell me what Microsoft did or didn't do in this last Major update that caused this...

I'd also like to know what changing this value does in system exposure.
Thanks!

Mike_Montalvo@yahoo.com

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From: masoud on 03/30/2006
thanks for the info, i had this problem with javascript engine too,

i ll keep my fingers crossed that it does not happen again.

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From: sarah on 03/08/2006
Are there any other ways to fix this error signature other than turning off "third party browser". I would like to use the ebay toolbar but find I cannot unless I turn "third party" back on.
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From: Khal on 02/04/2006
Din't work.
Sorry guys.
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From: Khal on 02/04/2006
Okay,
in XP
I did this
Properties of my computer,
advanced > performance>settings >Data Execution Prevention
ALLOW "Turn on DEP" for and browse to Internet Explorer.

So far so good.

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From: Michael on 01/24/2006
This did the trick. But what is causing the problem? Did the Google toolbar turn this on automatically?
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From: th1ckass on 10/14/2004
ty for sugestion, i removed 3rd party extentions and it did the trick, although it killed macro player(uninstall from web site first) and yahoo i just reinstalled them. thank you so much
btw i run win xp pro sp 1
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From: crash44 on 09/03/2004
Ever since I installed XP Pro, I'm getting the mshtml.dll error whenever I try to run Windows Update or even hit microsoft.com. I tried disabling third-party controls, but that didn't do it. I had high hopes, since that seemed to work for so many people. Any other ideas?
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From: Daniel on 08/03/2004
There definitely is a lot of problems with iexplorer. The real problem lies in trying to find what part or what program causes it i think. For me, it seemed to be related to the windows media player files. I think from what I understand, ezula spyware may have a lot to do with it. The old versions have compatibility problems with explorer..so maybe try to uninstall ezula or download the patch to the newest version of it. Or unclick the third party extension. Run spysweeper, seems to be the most thorough one. That's all i can offer.
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From: Daniel on 08/03/2004
There definitely is a lot of problems with iexplorer. The real problem lies in trying to find what part or what program causes it i think. For me, it seemed to be related to the windows media player files. I think from what I understand, ezula spyware may have a lot to do with it. The old versions have compatibility problems with explorer..so maybe try to uninstall ezula or download the patch to the newest version of it. Or unclick the third party extension. Run spysweeper, seems to be the most thorough one. That's all i can offer.
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From: Roberto on 06/10/2004
Iīm having troubles with Iexplore 6 SP1. This happens when working with Mapguide Viewer. Sometimes unexpected error in iexplore.exe closes the app and ask to send error to Microsoft.
Well, thing is there are serveral errors and it happens under Windows NT and Windows 2000. And it usually happens if the Internet Explorer Window is not a parent process, it happens when it is a child process. Being the MapGuide Window whit Iexplore opened as a parent, never get errors.

I attach some error with Windows NT 4 SP 6, Pentium II with 256 MB RAM

iexplore.exe, 6.0.2800.1106, winawt.dll, 0.0.0.0, 000065b5.
iexplore.exe, 6.0.2800.1106, shdocvw.dll, 6.0.2800.1106, 000553c9.
iexplore.exe, 6.0.2800.1106, javai.dll, 0.0.0.0, 0003f289.
iexplore.exe, 6.0.2800.1106, kernel32.dll, 4.0.1381.300, 0003599d.
iexplore.exe, 6.0.2800.1106, winawt.dll, 0.0.0.0, 000065b5.

This is the most frequently error:
iexplore.exe, 6.0.2800.1106, ntdll.dll

After updated thru Microsoft Website the PC (with Windows Update), this still happens, but now cannot identify the dll that causes the problem, giving this error:
iexplore.exe, 6.0.2800.1106, Unknown

Any help will be wellcome.
rmurer@multicanal.net.ar

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From: Wen on 05/09/2004
I have the same problem after installed Explorer 6 Service Pack 1 and have not found any solution for it.

wenhui@itsa.ucsf.edu
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From: Ann on 05/02/2004
I have this problem now as well but I can't seem to find where your responses are to the problems.
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From: alex on 04/13/2004
my control panel does not have a third party button to disable. now what
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From: gina on 04/13/2004
i am having the same problem w/ IE. could you explain in detail how to fix this. i am not a computer whiz.
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From: aarpee on 04/02/2004
one more to the list.

IE crashed and referenced the modname mshtml.dll as the cause.
Microsoft doesn't give much info. on the same.
Please help.

rgds,
aarpee

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From: travis on 03/31/2004
yeah unchecking 3rd party browsers did the trick
whoohoo
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From: Craig on 02/27/2004
The unchecking Allow Third Part Extensions in the Advanced tab also fixed my problem in IE6.

I will make sure I post this on my office's tech board.

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From: Douglas Darby on 01/28/2004
I was encountering the same problem with a module called winrx.dll.

Unchecking the third-party browsers enabled check box did the trick.

Thanks!

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From: Richard on 01/27/2004
I deleted the file ????.dll under the WINNT directory for Windows 2K. Cleared up the errors.
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From: Steve on 01/27/2004
Hey Chris.

The unchecking Allow Third Part Extensions in the Advanced tab of me fixed the errors I have been getting. Thanks so much. I'm pretty upset though it's taken for me forever to just figure out how to reinstall damn IE. I also removed all my hotfixes and even the SP1a for XP prof. If it is spyware that has caused my problem I think they need to stiffen the punishment for looser who create viruses and spyware and such. They should be thrown in serious State prisons not whimpy "White Collar" prisons, long enough for Buba to have some fun with them. If I ever meet a hacker they are going to get some teeth knocked out by me. Damn loosers. Unlike hackers I have other things to do with my personal life than fixing my damn home computer. I have to vent. I have been working on this problem on my home pc for hours when I could oh lets say be spending time working, being with my family, studying, working out whatever. They should lock hackers up for a long time so that when they come out they no longer no anything about the latest technology and just go work at a fast food place and earn a hard living.

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From: Chris on 01/20/2004
I have a solution to a similiar problem that might work for you. I recieved this error on a users machine.

AppName: iexplore.exe  
AppVer: 6.0.2800.1106  
ModName: ntdll.dll
ModVer: 4.0.1381.298  
Offset: 000327a6

Solution/Workaround:
Uncheck Enable third-party browser extensions in the advanced tab of internet options.

I noticed some spyware on his PC, so I ran ad-aware which cleaned up several items (and generally works on similiar issues), but didn't solve the problem. I suspect some part of a third party extension remained after using ad-aware. After this workaround, you won't be able to use things like google's toolbar, but at least you can use IE.

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From: cyber on 11/05/2003
I have same problem in my computer. when i click in ie. it comes automatically closed the broser and error with wsem214.dll. I am using in the windows'98.
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From: amod on 10/20/2003
hi,
i am getting the same error with mshtml.dll and ntdll.dll with ie 6.0
according to microsoft, my both files are of correct version for windows 2000.
my secure sites(bank sites) accept only IE or netscape till 4.78.
hence i am screwed..

also MS sucks but cannot live without it.....
help.....

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From: steve on 09/12/2003
I can't some web pages without getting the message:
"Windows cannot find iexplore.exe" My question(s)is(are) Where the hell did it go? and Where can i find it? Unfortunately I no longer have a copy of '98. How screwed am I? I trust NOTHING from the internet anymore.
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From: Ted on 08/01/2003
Same as above, except,ModName:wsem214.dll
ModVer:/.0.0.1
Offset:0000236f
started a few days ago.
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From: Kim on 07/30/2003
Go download Mozilla, its free and MS anything sucks, gives you viruses
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From: Cole on 07/30/2003
I am experiencing this problem now. I have no idea just what this error code means and have no idea on what to do to fix it.
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From: damon on 06/26/2003
THIS IS QUITE A GOOD INFORMATION FOR ME, BUT I DON'T KNOW WHAT DIFFERENCES ARE BETWEEN "ModNam:ntdll.dll" & "ModNam:mshtml.dll", I AM
EXPERIENCING THE LATTER.
THANKS.
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From: Buddy on 05/06/2003
This problem popped several times for me also without ever even opening IE. 3 or 4 restarts later my system went into a continuious restart mode of it's own. How fun, anyway, for this particular system I had to replace the single RAM chip with another and all is better and better than before the problem even started. Bad Ram
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From: Daniel on 05/05/2003
This just started for me as well... and seems to be related to windows media player files. Still haven't found the way to fix it.
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From: Henrik on 04/13/2003
Yes.. This just started for me also. I have no clue to what might have happened, since I didn't download anything etc... Using mozilla instead now.
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