IE 6 error


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Guest

Dear All

I have received an error message that IE6 has executed an error in mshtml.ddl
After that I cannot open any web page with IE6. Firefox cannot open either.
Strangely Skype and my download manager work fine as before.
After this happened I noticed that the "automatic detect settings" box in
internet options is unchecked by the system. I checked it again but nothing
happens.
Then I disabled the add-on mshtml.ddl in IE 6 but it is not working again

I have applied some Office and Windows security updates recently
I have uninstalled them but it does not help
System restore does not help as well
No viuruses and spyware detected
I use Windows firewall only.
I am running IE 6 and XP SP2
I am not using any printer with the PC

I doubt there is winsock or LSP problem
Here I see a lot about regedit but last time I used it I needed to
re-install my XP system

Can somebody help?

Thanks a lot in advance
 
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Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]

Sandino said:
Dear All

I have received an error message that IE6 has executed an error in
mshtml.ddl After that I cannot open any web page with IE6. Firefox
cannot open either. Strangely Skype and my download manager work fine
as before.
After this happened I noticed that the "automatic detect settings"
box in internet options is unchecked by the system. I checked it
again but nothing happens.
Then I disabled the add-on mshtml.ddl in IE 6 but it is not working
again

I have applied some Office and Windows security updates recently
I have uninstalled them but it does not help
System restore does not help as well
No viuruses and spyware detected
I use Windows firewall only.
I am running IE 6 and XP SP2
I am not using any printer with the PC

I doubt there is winsock or LSP problem
Here I see a lot about regedit but last time I used it I needed to
re-install my XP system

Can somebody help?

Thanks a lot in advance

Hi - you might try posting in m.p.internetexplorer.general forsomemore
specific help.

Regedit is a fine tool, but you do need to be careful with anything you do
in there as it can render your computer unbootable....so always exercise
caution, and make good full backups (images with something like Acronis are
very handy) first.
 

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