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Internet Explorer crashes...

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by Invisible, Jan 26, 2008.

  1. Invisible

    Invisible Admin Staff Member

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    Internet Explorer crashes with a message "Iexplore.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close"

    Trouble:
    One of our readers reported a problem with windows Internet Explorer, according to him suddenly at any time Internet Explorer closes abruptly with a message box which says

    "Iexplore.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience"

    If you click the Click here link at the bottom of the message box, error signature information that is similar to the following error signature information may appear:

    App name: Iexplore.exe
    App version: 6.0.2800.1106
    Module name: Mo030414s.dll
    Module version: 1.0.0.0
    Offset: 000294cc

    The signature may also list one of the following files instead of the mo030414s.dll file:
    M030106shop.dll, M030206pohs.dll, Mdefshop.dll, Moaa030425s.dll, Moz030715s.dll

    Fix:
    This problem occurs because one of the following third party browser helper objects (BHO) is installed on your computer:
    • BuyersPort
    • Morpheus
    • Morpheus Shopping Club
    • WURLD Shopping Community

    So you need to uninstall these browser helper objects from your Internet Explorer in order to resolve the IE crashing issue.

    Follow the step by step procedure given below to uninstall these browser helper objects:

    How to uninstall the browser helper objects:
    1. Start >> Run and type iexplore

    2. Go to Tools > Manage Add-ons > Enable or Disable Add-ons

    3. A "Manage Add-ons " dialog box will appear.


    You can click the "Show" pull-down to only Show Add-ons currently loaded in Internet Explorer, or all add-ons used by Internet Explorer.

    4. A list will show each add-on's name, publisher, status, type, and file related to the add-on.

    5. To disable an add-on, select the add-on then click the "Disable" radio button at the bottom left of the window.

    6. Click "OK" when done.
     
  2. Picassa243

    Picassa243 Member

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    Invisible he is using an older version of IE upgrading to the newer version 7.0 or even using Firefox is a better option which is even much secure and better.
     
  3. Invisible

    Invisible Admin Staff Member

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    Oh yeah,

    I recommended that... But the prob with some sites is: You got no option to run their products without IE. See several Online Scanners.

    Invisible
     
  4. Picassa243

    Picassa243 Member

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    Thats still not an issue. Firefox offers an extension by the name of IE Tab which allows you to switch to the functionality of Internet Explorer using Firefox so that Online Scanners will work.
     
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