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Solved: Can some one help with ie 6 in XP

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by photopics, Feb 12, 2005.

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  1. photopics

    photopics Thread Starter

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    Hi
    Every time you close internet explorer 6 it gives an error message saying caused fault in SHDOCVW.DLL.
    Can someone help to correct this.
     
  2. Dan O

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    The behavior can occur if an entry in the History folder has become damaged and the Internet Explorer AutoComplete feature cannot process it.

    RESOLUTION: To confirm that the AutoComplete feature is causing the problem, disable AutoComplete:
    1. Click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, and then double-click Internet.
    2. Click the Advanced tab.
    3. Click to clear the Use inline AutoComplete for Web address check box and the Use inline AutoComplete in Windows Explorer check box.
    4. Click OK.
     
  3. photopics

    photopics Thread Starter

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    Hi Dano

    Auto complete was already unchecked.....i am having trouble with 680130.net popping up all the time as well.
    Is there a way of uninstalling ie6 and reinstalling again.

    cheers photopics
     
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  5. photopics

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    Hi Rampage
    thanks for reply................I have posted my hijack log in security about 680130.net but still waiting for someone to go through it and tell me what to fix.
     
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