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"The ordinal 56 could not be located in the dynamic link library iertutil.dll" HELP

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by thankyou, Mar 4, 2007.

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  1. thankyou

    thankyou Thread Starter

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    Hello
    This is my first post so first of all HELLO .

    Second i have a problem.
    I installed internet explorer 7. But i didnt like it so i tried going back to internet explorer 6, But then i stated giving me a error like "iertutil.dll is missing" So i googled it.After reading about other people havING the same problem as me, I found out that i can download iertutil.dll from www.down-dll.com and copied it to c\windows\system32.Before i done this my desktop was gone..But after doing this my desktop have reapperied however im still having a problem.

    Every time I try to open a program or do somethinG i get this erroe message "The ordinal 56 could not be located in the dynamic link library iertutil.dll" . I would be happy to reinstall windows but I have lost the CD.

    Is there any way i could fix this problem.
    Thank you
     
  2. thankyou

    thankyou Thread Starter

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    Any one???,,,
    And is there anyway i can reinstall windows without the CD.
     
  3. Bob Cerelli

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    Do you have IE7?
    Was it upgraded from a beta version?
    If so, might want to uninstall and reinstall again.
     
  4. thankyou

    thankyou Thread Starter

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    no i dont have it i unistalled it.
    i upgraded from IE6.
    Thank.
     
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