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IE 6 Error

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  1. Kly_00

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    I keep getting this error. I have repaired IE to no end, but it's not helping. The current version I have of this OLEAUT32.DLL is 2.40.4518, that's in the Windows\System Folder. I do have another version showing in my temp file as 2.40.4277 in a folder called pft8005~Temp\Reader.

    Any suggestions?

    EXPLORER caused an invalid page fault in
    module OLEAUT32.DLL at 017f:653b416d.
    Registers:
    EAX=03f14000 CS=017f EIP=653b416d EFLGS=00250202
    EBX=81d1ccf4 SS=0187 ESP=0270fd14 EBP=0270ff98
    ECX=03f13df0 DS=0187 ESI=03f13df0 FS=4757
    EDX=81d10054 ES=0187 EDI=81d863f4 GS=0000
    Bytes at CS:EIP:
    66 8b 10 83 c0 02 66 85 d2 75 f5 2b c1 d1 f8 48
    Stack dump:
    65369025 03f13df0 00000008 02e3b15a 03f13df0 81d863f4 00000008 81d1ccf4 bff741f7 bffc9490 bff7b796 bffc9490 0000000c 0270fd60 bff7b828 81d1ccf4
     
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  3. Kly_00

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    Thanks, I looked, but didn't seem to find anything.
     
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    Stay on this post. Someone will be able to help you...
     
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