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I've got 2 accounts on my home pc - my own and a guest account. Now I switched the pooter on this morning and couldn't get into IE on my own account. The error message was that there was a Runtime Error (I'll post the whole thing when I go back into it and have a proper look) Now I've clicked into the guest account and it's connecting to IE no problem - hence here I am. Anyone have any ideas? I've not changed any settings and it was opening fine last night. :o Broadband is working fine - it just won't let me open the internet....

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Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

 

Runtime Error!

 

Program: C:\ProgramFiles\InternetExplorer\iexplore.exe

 

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please contact the application support team for more information.

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Have you got the Google toolbar installed in that profile? I've heard of this problem happening a few times because of a corrputed toolbar. Try uninstalling any additional toolbars you may have one at a time to see if that solves it.

 

The standard response of "use Firefox" will suffice if that dont work.

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Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

 

Runtime Error!

 

Program: C:\ProgramFiles\InternetExplorer\iexplore.exe

 

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way.  Please contact the application support team for more information.

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http://www.win2win.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=16664

 

Have a look at this...if you search in google for this fault exactly, there are lots of others who get it. I think I had it myself once but it disappeared when I reinstalled IE6 ( I think this is all i did but not sure).

 

I was hoping to find a link to a microsoft site to specifically deal with it, but suggest you look as well, I will continue having a look for you

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Have you got the Google toolbar installed in that profile? I've heard of this problem happening a few times because of a corrputed toolbar. Try uninstalling any additional toolbars you may have one at a time to see if that solves it.

 

The standard response of "use Firefox" will suffice if that dont work.

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But I can't get into IE to download Firefox.

 

I do have a Google toolbar installed so I'll give that a go. Just running a virus scan at the mo too.

 

http://www.win2win.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=16664

 

Have a look at this...if you search in google for this fault exactly, there are lots of others who get it. I think I had it myself once but it disappeared when I reinstalled IE6 ( I think this is all i did but not sure).

 

I was hoping to find a link to a microsoft site to specifically deal with it, but suggest you look as well, I will continue having a look for you

 

Thank you. I shall have a look. :o

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The standard response of "use Firefox" will suffice if that dont work.

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But I can't get into IE to download Firefox.

 

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But you can get on here to post the fact you cant get on the Internet? :o;)

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The standard response of "use Firefox" will suffice if that dont work.

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But I can't get into IE to download Firefox.

 

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But you can get on here to post the fact you cant get on the Internet? :o;)

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another possible help

 

http://www.mcse.ms/message1749226.html

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The standard response of "use Firefox" will suffice if that dont work.

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But I can't get into IE to download Firefox.

 

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But you can get on here to post the fact you cant get on the Internet? :o;)

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Okay, I was being thick. If I install it on this account I assume I'll be able to use it across all accounts...

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Okay, I was being thick.  If I install it on this account I assume I'll be able to use it across all accounts...

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Or best bet is to download it as a "Save to disc" and save to a global area such as the C: drive then just install it on whichever account you want.

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What is the "google toolbar "......is it something to do with a google account ?

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Its handy to have although not really essential, it basically provides a quick way to do a Google search, an always present seach box and a few other bits n bobs including a canny pop up blocker. You dont have to register it or have any kind of google or gmail account to use it either.

 

Google Downloads here

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