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Reg:an unhandled win32 exception occured in iexplore.exe[4180]

By kumar7711 ·
Hi I am getting this error when I am opening IE 7. mean while I am using MS-SQL Server 2005.
How can I resole this error.

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Have you tried a repair install of IE?

by seanferd In reply to Reg:an unhandled win32 ex ...

That would be my first suggestion.

Checking for malware would be my second suggestion.

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An Unhandled Win32 exception Occurred in explorer.exe

by durga226518 In reply to Reg:an unhandled win32 ex ...

This can also be caused by something as simple as an incompatible add-on. You can test for this by:

? Click Start

? Click All Programs

? Click Accessories

? Click System Tools

? Click Internet Explorer (No add-ons)



Test to see if you still receive the same error message. If the message is gone follow these steps to find which add-on was causing the problem previously.

? Click Tools

? Click Manage Add-ons

? Click Toolbars and Extensions

? Under Show: click All add-ons

? Click any add-on

? Press CTRL + A on your keyboard (this should select all add-ons)

? Click Disable all

? Click Close

? Close Internet Explorer (No add-ons)

? Open Internet Explorer



Now all add-ons are disabled in Internet Explorer, next step is to enable them one by one.

? Click Tools

? Click Manage Add-ons

? Click the first disabled add-on

? Click Enable

? Click Close

? Surf a few pages

? Close Internet Explorer

? Open Internet Explorer



Test to make sure you still don?t receive the error message. If all is well then the add-on you enabled is good to stay. Repeat the enabling process for the next disabled add-on and continue this process until the problem returns. Then the last add-on enabled will need to be disabled/uninstalled/updated to avoid further problems.

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by VikasAjitMedhekar In reply to Reg:an unhandled win32 ex ...

Disable third party add-ons, if any. Open Internet Explorer. Click Tools | Manage Add-Ons. Select third party add-ons and click "Disable" button.

Using RegInOut, do a full registry scan for the Internet Explorer registry entries. Repair them, if they are corrupted.

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