(KB931768) my navcancl & ieframe.dll related issue is finally solv

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by tony, May 11, 2007.

  1. tony

    tony Guest

    If you use Vista and have a similar kinda issue of latest KB931768, which
    cause IE7 stopped working with a popping up window, indicating some navcancl
    & ieframe.dll related issue, you may follow my instruction to fix that. IMO,
    this issue is caused by a non-default temporary internet files' folder.

    0. Check my previouse thread to see if you have the same issue as I had.
    http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/co...0568699BF823&lang=en&cr=US&sloc=en-us&m=1&p=1

    1.Maybe you need to change the folder options in control panel -> folder
    options and turn off those hiding system & hiden files related settings.

    2. Access control panel -> internet options -> general->history section->
    settings, to see if your Temporary Internet Files folder is in its default
    folder. The default folder should be like :
    C:\Users\%USER_NAME%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet
    Files (default folder may vary in WindowsXP)

    3. If it is not in a default folder format, change it to
    C:\Users\%YOUR_USER_NAME%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\. IE7 will
    automatically copy the temp files to
    C:\Users\%YOUR_USER_NAME%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet
    Files by restarting windows.

    4. Reapply the KB931768 patch ,if u have uninstalled it and turn on your
    phishing filer. Restart IE7 to see if it works.

    If, by any luck, it is OK in this way, come here and tell me.
    After two days of research on this, I am totally exhaused and pissed off. I
    am not Okay with MS. I paid every penny for Vista and every feature on this
    OS. But they don't do it as well as they are supposed to do. Why didn't MS
    test this patch in various situations? They give us an option and should make
    sure it can work with no conflic with it's own functions and settings!
     
    tony, May 11, 2007
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    A simpler solution:

    1) Don't apply the upgrade (or uninstall it if you already applied this
    crap).

    2) Stay away from any but reputable web sites.

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    Feliks Dzerzhinsky, May 11, 2007
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  3. tony

    tony Guest

    The problem has been solved by changing the temporary internet files folder
    to the default folder.
     
    tony, May 11, 2007
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    That's a workaround, not a solution.

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    Feliks Dzerzhinsky, May 11, 2007
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  5. tony

    tony Guest

    Yeah, the bug is still there. But by doing as I mentioned earlier, you
    needn't change any other settings, like IE protection mode or phishing filter
    or running as administrator. And there is no security compromise.
     
    tony, May 11, 2007
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  6. tony

    tony Guest

    I think MS guys should know where it goes wrong, and how it goes wrong. And
    fix it ASAP. I don't like TIF files left on my C drive. They always cause
    fragment on disk.
     
    tony, May 11, 2007
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    I just killed the windows automatic update process, because it wanted to
    restart the computer and install the same crap. I also changed my
    settings to insure that I get to make the decision on what gets installed.

    I try to keep applications and data on separate drives. It keeps the
    apps drive tidy. I am not going to change my computer management style
    because someone at MS had a brain fart.

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    Feliks Dzerzhinsky, May 11, 2007
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  8. tony

    tony Guest

    lol I agree with you. I want keep everything tidy, too.
    You has the judgement call on what to use and how to use it.
     
    tony, May 11, 2007
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    Mark Bourne Guest

    If you change the folder back to the default to install the update as
    you describe, can you then change the folder back to what you want? Or
    does the problem then reoccur? I understand if you'd rather not risk it ;o)
     
    Mark Bourne, May 11, 2007
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  10. tony

    tony Guest

    Yeah, this problem happens again, if I change the TIF folder to some other
    place other than the default directory.
     
    tony, May 11, 2007
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    deebs Guest

    Same here Feliks.

    I prefer TIF away from the boot/os/programs drive (well away from it).

    My workaround is:

    Avant browser as default (yep it works through the mishap) with the 'fox for
    other stuff.

    I am sure IE will settle down soon.
     
    deebs, May 11, 2007
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  12. tony

    tony Guest

    I do the same as you guys do. But it seems only tidy guys have encountered
    this issue or may I say MS guys are all messy? :O
     
    tony, May 11, 2007
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  13. tony

    deebs Guest

    The great thing is one may pick and choose.

    Should IE choose to go sulky it is an excellent opportunity to try something
    else.

    I'm back to my favoured arrangement after being distracted from IE6 to IE7.

    I think I may soon see similar things happening in Safari?
     
    deebs, May 11, 2007
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    Hackmb Guest

    I had the same issue. I couldn't see how turning phishing off would fix it,
    since phishing has never worked since I installed IE7 and I had it already
    off. I set the temporary internet files folder (I have XP Home Edition) back
    to the default and whoopee!!! Now my phisihing filter works and I was able
    to install the latest security update and turn my windows automatic updates
    back on. Shame on Microsoft!
     
    Hackmb, May 12, 2007
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  15. tony

    tony Guest

    It's very good to let us know you've made it.

     
    tony, May 12, 2007
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    DiamondBack Guest

    After following the instructions the only out come to this was losing my
    connection to the Re Installing my lan card driver, Resetting my Router,
    Repairing my Internet connection.

    An after doing all of this to fix a problem to an apparent work around, that
    has worked for others. Lead to having to do what i mentioned above and not
    getting the problem fixed.

    When over all you guys know what the problem is so issue a patch to fix the
    patch, the work around is fix for those computer inclined. For those that
    wouldnt have a clue would end up calling in for support, on a problem that
    can fixed via another patch.
     
    DiamondBack, May 12, 2007
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    AlanB Guest

    That's not my experience. After I applied the workaround I was able to move
    the TIF folder without the error recurring.
     
    AlanB, May 13, 2007
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    daj23m Guest

    i checked through the first few parts with no luck, altered lcoation of the
    temp internet files folder and it appears to be working fine now.

    excellent.
     
    daj23m, May 15, 2007
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    Taco Guest

    I am having the same problem with NAVCANCL. All suggestions so far have
    failed. I was wondering if any or all of you who are having this problem
    installed Vista over XP without uninstalling Norton Anti-Virus. The message
    NAV (norton anti virus) CANCL(Cancel) might be the problem.
     
    Taco, May 20, 2007
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    Mark Bourne Guest

    I think navcancl is an abbreviation for "navigation cancelled", the page
    which is displayed when you click the stop button in IE, not anything to
    do with Norton.

    Afraid I've not had this problem, so can't suggest any more solutions
    than those which others have already mentioned. Norton does seem to be
    well known for causing problems. If you have reason to suspect that it
    might be causing your problem, you could try uninstalling it, though I
    don't think it does have anything to do with this problem.
     
    Mark Bourne, May 31, 2007
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