Iexplore.exe cannot be found and Explorer caused an invalid page fault in modul;e DLNDI.DLL @ 0177:10016b94 ect...


When I bootup I recieve 2 messages...1. iexplore.exe cannot be found and 2. Explorer caused an invalid page fault in modul;e DLNDI.DLL @ 0177:10016b94 ect...

I can x out of the first error with no problem, but if I x out of the second one it shuts down the whole computer. If I move the dialog box to the bottom of the screen, I can resume activities on the internet, however there are certain websites that wont load. This message just appeared for no reason. I have ran my current and updated virus scan and don't have any virus. I don't know what to do next.




This question was answered on May 29, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

This may happen if you have deleted the Iexplore.exe file from your computer or if you have moved it from the \Program Files\Internet Explorer folder to fix this problem click on the Start menu point to Search and then click For Files or Folders in the Search for files or folders named box type iexplore.exe in the Look in box click Local Hard Drives and then click Search Now if the file is found insert the Microsoft Windows Millennium CD into the CD or DVD-ROM drive on the Start menu click Run in the Open box type msconfig and then click ok.

in the System Configuration Utility dialog box click Extract File in the specify the system file you would like to restore box type iexplore.exe and then click Start in the restore from box click Browse and then browse to the X:\Win9x folder where X is your CD or DVD-ROM drive and then click ok in the save file in box click browse browse to the Program Files\Internet Explorer folder and then click ok click ok to extract the file but wait, lol, if the file is found you can do either of the following move the file to the \Program Files\Internet Explorer folder and then start Internet Explorer if this doesn't fix the problem rename the file by changing the file name extension to .old and then do step 4

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Posted by michael of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on May 29, 2004