Scrrun.dll ? (and page faults in User32.dll)

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I noticed another thread today saying they try to repair IE6SP1 and get the message that scrrun.dll is missing. The answer given by rolling rog is to remove IE6 and reinstall. I have the IE6setup.exe on my desktop. If I remove the IE6SP1 and then run that file will it reinstall it clean for me? When I run sfc i get the message that IE4.dll is missing. will the above solve this problem?
I am also getting invalid page fault errors in Module USER32.dll or user exe or Module(unknown). Are all of these problems tied together? Any instructions need to give me all the steps as I am not very sure about some of the moves.

I am running windows 98 on a PentiumII, 350 Mhz with 256K memory. I have all of the Windows updates downloaded, however I have noticed that the latest security download ending in 009 (I think) does not show in add/remove programs and update keeps telling me to download it again, even tho i have downloaded it several times. I have avg free, ad-aware, spybot, spyblaster and try to run them regularly.

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I'm not sure about the page fault being related since it's not a part of IE itself; but if you remove your current version of IE it would be better for you to update it again directly to SP1 AND apply the last cumulative patch update -- both would have to be done. If your setup doesn't say ie60sp1, it isn't

I believe IE4.dll will come with the new setup.

The IE Homepage site is here: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/default.mspx

If you continue to have problems after removing and reinstalling IE, post a HijackThis Scanlog:

Download and install HijackThis using the "self extractor". Run it and select "do a system scan and save the log file". Then copy/paste the contents of the log to a reply

http://www.thespykiller.co.uk/files/hijackthis_sfx.exe
 

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Search for the file scrrun.dll. If present in your C:\Windows\System folder, re-register the file:

Go to Start->Run, type the following and click OK:

REGSVR32 "C:\Windows\System\Scrrun.dll"

Retry the Repair.
 

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in find files I find scrrun.dll in C\unzipped\ size 145 application extension. How can I move this to IE?
 
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First right click on it and select Properties > Version.

For IESP1 it should be

5.6.0.6626

If it is you can copy it to c:\windows\system
 

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Extract and save in C:\Windows\System. Once done register the file as previously posted.
 

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Could not find a version number on the file I had, so downloaded it and installed it and registered it and then the ie repair did work. going to reboot now and see what happens will let you know later. Thanks for the help to now.
 

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OK, I rebooted and ran sfc and it still shows IE4.dll corrupted. Do you have a download for that and where do I save it to? and do I need to register it too?
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Still need download of IE4.dll. Also this morning I received invalid page faults in DIBENG.dll and Kernel32.dll. Do these indicate anything?
 

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Download, extract and save in C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer, then register the file:

REGSVR32 "C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\IE4.dll"
 

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If experiencing error messages, click on the Details of the error message and post its contents in a reply.
 

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Having trouble with the registration of IE4.dll, after I downloaded it and tried to register it I got the following error message.
Load Library(C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\ IE4.dll") failed .
Get last error returns 0x0000001f
Am I doing something wrong? When I download it it doesnot seem to come up with the route as just as you list it. Not sure if I am getting it to the right place. Help Please
 

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chief1966 said:
Having trouble with the registration of IE4.dll, after I downloaded it and tried to register it I got the following error message.
Load Library(C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\ IE4.dll") failed .
Get last error returns 0x0000001f
Am I doing something wrong? When I download it it doesnot seem to come up with the route as just as you list it. Not sure if I am getting it to the right place. Help Please
Seach for this file. Where is it located?
 
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I get the same error when trying to register the file; regsvr32 found the file or you would have gotten a different error. So one must assume, but I cannot tell for sure, that it is a 16 bit dll.

What I can tell you for sure, is you do not need it to run Internet Explorer -- in fact I am posting with Win98 IE6 SP1 now with that file renamed in the IE folder.

It is probably just used for setup purposes and does not otherwise load.
 
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