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By sjingram ·
My IE6 keeps crashing on me; it wont allow me to logon to my online service, or go anywhere online at all. It crashes after just one try & also crashes everytime I try to use it. I run Win98SE. the error message has to do with "module msjava.dll at 0187:7a9aab65" Have tried to reppair IE6, that failed, tried to reload it, that failed, even tried to reload windows that failed to solve the problem. Ran virus scan but found no virus's. We keep win98 updated with patches as they come available. Anybody have any ideas.

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by Lizzy In reply to Problem with IE6

One idea would be to check that java dll file for version #, etc. See if you can find it on another PC in your office and then copy it from the other PC to this one.

When you say that trying to repair IE6 or re-install "failed," what happened exactly? Please post a comment with more details.

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by jay In reply to Problem with IE6

What happens if you try to run IE5.5 instead? Do you still have the msjava.dll errors?

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by sjingram In reply to Problem with IE6

well we had to wipe the hard drive clean & re-install everything again. We are now using IE5 & works fine.

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by D.H. Cesare In reply to Problem with IE6

Morning. I was told by the level 2 tech. at Cox.net that IE 6 and Win 98SE were not compatible.

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