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Iexplore and the SHLwapi.dll error

By PaulAlexander ·
I get a stack fault when I logon as a normal user within Shlwapi.dll. It's not the win386.swp file and a reinstallation doesn't help either. Any ideas ?

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Iexplore and the SHLwapi.dll error

by saihib In reply to Iexplore and the SHLwapi. ...

Check the attributes of your win386.swp file. Make sure it is not set to "read only."

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by PaulAlexander In reply to Iexplore and the SHLwapi. ...

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Iexplore and the SHLwapi.dll error

by PhiltheGreat In reply to Iexplore and the SHLwapi. ...

CAUSE
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This behavior can occur if the Win386.swp file located in the Windows folder has
its file attributes set to read only. Windows uses the Win386.swp file to create
virtual memory.

RESOLUTION
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To resolve this issue:

1. Click Start, point to Find, and then click "Files or Folders".

2. In the Named box, type "win386.swp" (without the quotation marks).

3. In the "Look in" box, click Drive C, and then click Find Now.

4. Right-click the Win386.swp file, click Properties, and then click to clear
the "Read-only" check box.

5. Click Apply, and then click Close.

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