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If you have Internet Explorer 8 Beta installed, even if not set as the default browser, this is the cause and you will have to remove IE8 beta.
Your previous browser is still there.
It is a known issue and is being dealt with by both McAfee and Microsoft.
and by any chance you are not using IE8, you can try these:
- run IERegfix.bat from http://download.mcafee.com/products/licensed/cust_support_patches/IERegfix.bat
also try running the MVT tool from http://mvt.mcafee.com/mvt and post the session ID here...
Just to let you know. I did have IE8 on my system and did remove it.
Afterward all I had was one problem after another with missing .dll 's and the like.
I was able to return what I purchased with no problems, and finally after re-installing IE8 onto my system all of the problems and crashes went away.
It is a shame that I now have second rate protection on my computer but then again, it does work with other programs.
Only can wonder why this great program couldn't... or is that wouldn't.
Thanks anyway, it was apprecaited.
Did you have XP service pack3 installed, when you uninstalled IE-8 beta2?
Yes I did.
I kept getting that there is a ordinal #13 or such missing in "iertutil.dll" It was such a pain the butt with all the things that seemed to need this thingamajig or such.
Then you are stuck with IE8 as SP3 seals any beta in place.
Your best approach is to format and reinstall. But don't take my word for that. I would post for help on a Windows help forum.