In case of any doubt please Contact us techsupportall.com © Copyright 2017, All Rights Reserved. Back to home page Follow us Subscribe to the RSS feed http://technicalsupportnumber.over-blog.com/rss Subscribe Subscribe to be notified of future posts. i received the same message "IE has stopped working…" Reply Techexpert April 13, 2016 at 10:02 am Reboot your computer in "safemode" and try to open your IE and let us Start your IE without ADDon and let us know if still getting the same error message in without addon mode or not?
You'll have to restore items such as saved passwords. If or when the trouble reappears, you’ll know that the last add-on you installed or modification you made is the likely culprit. Run Adwcleaner from our tools page: https://www.techsupportall.com/tools 5. Also please uninstall all the unwanted programs from control panel using method 4 help. my review here
Thanks for you help and I hope this may help others. Richard Reply Donna November 17, 2014 at 12:41 am I found the dll error and so know I need to know how to fix it. Thanks. Thanks for your well-written summary of all the potential fixes for the brain-dead way that IE behaves.
I have also deleted Ver11 and re-downloaded IE from as far back as 8 and moved back up to Ver 11. Disable Hardware Acceleration option in IE 9 & IE10 Open Internet Explorer. From the "adjust your computer's settings" panel, select "Programs and Features". In Windows 7, IE 11 is a Windows Update item that can be uninstalled.
Suggestions please? I just deleted the whole folder and voila !! Post consumer questions about IE to http://answers.microsoft.com/ (Help>Online Support menu from IE). Method 3 : Disable 3d in "NVIDIA Graphics driver" Disable "stereoscopic 3D" option into "NVIDIA Graphic driver" application. (If you have Nvidia Graphics Drivers & Software, If you don't have the you
Uninstall and re-install Java Player for the Internet Explorer browser. You'll get an another box, here check a box named as "Delete Personal Settings", then Click on Reset button on it. Please make a youtube video on this. Although I'm not a fan of MSN's technical support, I believe them when they say the only solution is to return to IE 10, something I cannot do without uninstalling IE
Event Viewer steps to finding which file was related to the IE stopped working error: Right click on MyComputer and then click on Manage. This error is prevalent when I am on the MSN.COM site and click one of the stories it is showing. Msn.com Not Responding To do so, open the start menu and click on "control panel". Internet Explorer 11 More Articles Apple fixes Safari bug that distorted Consumer Reports battery life tests Jan10 3D printing gets a big boost at CES 2017 Jan10 CES 2017 delivered a clear vision of
Sorry if in the Previous Comment I made reference to "Vista" and it was incorrect. Now i use firefox! You should be able to see the I.E 11 . Click on the "Uninstall" button When the uninstall is complete, you will need to restart your computer.
Reply Techexpert April 14, 2016 at 5:56 am Could you please share with us the name of the .dll file so that others also get help. Reply Techexpert October 29, 2016 at 3:05 am Please try step 8 on this article and then let us know the result. We are not responsible for any data loss / business loss, device corruption or any other type of loss due to the use of any software or command mentioned in our I have to type the new name into the code....
Your 8th suggestion nicely described how to actually debug Internet Explorer and identify the .dll file that is really causing me grief. The giant pop-overs that prompt users to upgrade to Windows 10 started appearing on MSN.com after Windows 10 went live, not as a result of this update. Hard to explain but details were missing blank or would not load as previous times.
Proposed as answer by Willmgo Thursday, January 09, 2014 9:24 PM Wednesday, January 08, 2014 5:53 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I normally have the cookies off If you did not tried so please try and report me after that. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Went to the management screen and the same error came back up.
keep it up. Please help to fix this issue. Reply Luke September 4, 2014 at 1:07 am If all of the above fails, go to control panel, programs and features, view installed updates, wait for it to load, go down You’ll get an another window. ◾Click on allow of the “Event Viewer” (Expand it). ◾Click on allow of the “Windows Logs” (Expand it). ◾Click on “Application” under windows Logs. ◾Now look
The tutorial below can help show you how to uninstall IE11 to go back to your previous IE10. Click on "Internet Options". Appreciate if you could help. Tell me, what exactly happens when you double-click on IE?
can someone help please Reply Techexpert February 23, 2015 at 11:17 am @Trish, You can change all the permission as "allow" through right click on that file in "security" tab. search for the I.E update and click on uninstall IF prompt from the UAC click on ok and continue . No sign ofCalendar in the MSN Directory but Wonderwall worked for me from there.