IEXPLORE.exe.dpmp and accompat.txt



When I use Internet Exploer I get the following error

When I do get the this error message, it is always the

szAppName : IEXPLORE.EXE szAppVer : 6.0.2800.1106
szModName :
szModVer : offset : 00000000

Below is a copy of what I was able to paste

szAppName : IEXPLORE.EXE szAppVer : 6.0.2800.1106
szModName :
szModVer : offset : 00000000

I saw from previous documents from brad to remove
reg2.dll, xm320.dll, and ngsw31.dll, and ngpw34.dll.
However, a Find Files and Folders indicates zero results
of these five files.

What else is there, other than re-installing Windows. I
have all of my critical updates, and most of my
recommended updates, which also has been suggested.

How can I get rid of this error message?

I asked other people how to get rid of this and their
suggestion was to get rid of Windows Media Player. I
checked Add/Remove Programs, and Windows Media Player was
not there. I checked Program Files and it will not delete
Windows Media Player. The only relevant file that came
close in Add\Remove Programs was a hot fix (Critical
Update for Windows Media Player Script Commands
KB828026). However, when I chose to remove it warned me
that other programs may not function.

What is the safest way to remove the error message
associated with accompat.txt and IEXPLORE.exe.dpmp and

H Leboeuf

Try this: Tools > Internet Options > Advanced > Browsing
Uncheck the Enable 3rd party browser extensions

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