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By groberts3 ·
When I try to launch Internet explore I get this message:

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Iexplore has caused an error in <unknown>, Lexplore will now close.

If you continue to experience these problems, try restarting your computer."


I am not able to connect to the net someone please advise.

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by maxwell edison In reply to iexplore error

See Microsoft article Q302463, "Iexplore Caused an Invalid Page Fault in Module Unknown..."

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q302463

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There's too much to cut and paste into this answer, but see the article for possible causes and appropriate resolution.

Maxwell

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by groberts3 In reply to iexplore error

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by DKlippert In reply to iexplore error

go to
www.lavasoft.nu

and get ad-aware. Many times this wil fix the problem.

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by groberts3 In reply to iexplore error

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by B_Pope In reply to iexplore error

You can also try fixing IE through your add/remove in control panel, once you select IE which ever version your using, 3 options will be shown choose fix IE, a reboot is also required.

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by MMerritt In reply to iexplore error

If the none of the previous answers worked, obtain the latest version of Internet Explorer compatable with your operating system and start from scratch with a new installation. If you have the option to un-install/overwrite any previous versions, DOIT! Options to "Fix or Repair have never worked for me". Does the error message display a .dll error message related to mshtml32.dll or a similar one?

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