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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by bialmiller, Nov 21, 2001.

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  1. bialmiller

    bialmiller Thread Starter

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    I recently installed McAfee Visru Scan Professional 6.0. It found and deleted an ethan virus and a worm named w32/choke.b.worm.

    Ever since I did this, every time I run IE it performs an illegal error.

    The details read "IEXPLORE caused an invalid page fault in module cslsp.dll at 015f:01638339."

    It did this when I was running IE 5 and when I upgraded to IE 6. I have switched back to IE 5 in the mean while.

    Please Help.

    Thanks
    Kevin
     
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    Like Doyce could not find much out there for cslsp.dll but here is what I found. First the dll in not a windows related dll. It seems to be associated to McAfee and about 10 instances of the same error have been reported. Here is what I would try. Scan your McAfee Visru Scan Professional 6.0 install disc for CSLSP.dll and also find where it resides in your system. If you find it on your install disk Shut down your virus scanner go into your system and locate the CSLSP.dll and rename it CSLSP.old. Copy the dll from your install disc and paste it in the same folder where you renamed the other old. Now for safe measure restart your system and try to duplicate the problem. If that does not work and the Dll is indeed part of the install disk, I would contact McAfee for guidence on fixing their software.
    Let us know what you find.
    Dave
     
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