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Outlook Express works but Internet Explorer doesn't

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Snoop_2, Sep 2, 2008.

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  1. Snoop_2

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    Hi Guys.. This is my 1st post. Here goes. I have a Dell desk top with MS WINDOWS XP SP3. Problem started 4 days ago. Tried to use the Internet. Got the must close with following info: error signature: Iexplore.exe AppVer:7.0.6.000.16705 ModName:msvert.dll ModVer:7.0.2600.5512 OFFSET:00036pA3.. I CAN'T USE THE INTERNET but Outlook Express works! Oh, Dr. Watson Debugger has also come on. I've run Spybot, Adaware 2007, Avira to no avail. My D-link wireless shows as working but won't, so I have had to drag my other desk top here to use the Internet . I hope this is a soft ware problem because I don't want to reboot.I've downloaded Internet Explorer 7 onto a CD. Should I delete bad one & reinstall or what? Help!!!!! :eek:
     
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    Thank you Oracle for the suggestion. I loaded Internet Explorer 7 from the CD-R disk I made & the IE still does not work. Mod names showing up on error message include:msvert.dll , ntdll.dll, then BEX with a bunch of P's etc after it.
    I'm wondering if it is a virus that sneaked in .... & attached itself.
     
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