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Browseui.dll???

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by AR1Redneck, Sep 26, 2003.

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  1. AR1Redneck

    AR1Redneck Thread Starter

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    Hey guys, i was using MSN Messenger 4.6 for a while and msn service came on and told me that i need to upgrade it, so i did, and it downloaded MSN 6.0 on my computer. Now i havent updated my IE since forever, so i still have IE5.0 i think. Someone told me that MSN6.0 and IE 5.0 dont work together. Not sure how true it is.

    But here is my problem, every since i got MSN6.0 i cannot open anything on my computer. I am on a different one right now. I get an ERROR message that reads:
    Explorer has caused an error in: BROWSEUI.DLL Explorer will now close.

    I cant open anything on the computer, nothing atll. Anyway i can fix this? I went in safe mode and same thing happens. So in safe mode the help screen came up and asked if i wanted to do a system restore, so i said yes. The only restore point i had saved was from October 22, 2002. I clicked it and then it came back and said the system couldnt restore my system.

    Im lost, any help would be apreicated. TIA

    Drew
     
  2. AR1Redneck

    AR1Redneck Thread Starter

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    I have Windows ME
     
  3. HumanShame

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    Restart your computer using the Windows Me emergency startup disk.
    Use the arrow key on your keyboard to select Start Computer Without CD-ROM Support, and then press ENTER.
    At the prompt type scanreg /fix, and then press ENTER.
    After the ScanReg process is complete, restart your computer
     
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