Explorer... The Dreaded X

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  1. tyndale1946

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    This problem happens to me daily and maybe twenty times or more. In fact I can bring it up by trying to answer a question in the Polls Forum. I try to answer a question... Up comes Explorer the dreaded X... I check the details of why it is going to close and what went wrong and there is always an error in module DISPEX.DLL Another thing who in blazes is the product vendor?... btw this problem will also pop up at random!

    First of all... What is it?... Now how do I get rid of it?... If I click on close... Up comes... The internet explorer will now close... You can now restart your computer. If I can't fix it who can I contact who can?... Why has my christian computer turned evil on me?... I'm Baptist but I'm about ready to call in a computer exorcist!... Is my hard drive possessed? :mad: I command you in the name of ... Never mind! :D ... Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :confused: ... A brother in need... Brother Glen :eek:

    [ January 20, 2003, 04:26 AM: Message edited by: tyndale1946 ]
     
  2. rsr

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    Bro. Glen, what versions of IE and of Windows are you using?
     
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    I'm using Windows 98!... You mean by IE who my provider is?... Brother Glen :confused:
     
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    No, which version of IE, which is made by Microsoft. For example, I'm using 6.028 with Service Pack 6.1. A reinstall, or update, might fix the problem.

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    Yes that is good rsr. Also if you have Norton system Works you can check your windows for problems in Utilities, or you can use the "One Button Check". Chances are you have some window errors.

    Go to:

    http://v4.windowsupdate.microsoft.com/en/default.asp

    Follow instructions. It is fairly easy.

    [​IMG] Sherrie

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