Latest vista Updates kill IE7 !! whats "navcancl from ieframe.dll" ??

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Administration' started by Marshall Kiam-Laine, May 9, 2007.

  1. ***just installed latest updates, then
    clicking on IE7 it asked to download "navcancl from ieframe.dll"
    then demands it be opened, then >Repeats< the performance
    but IE7 wont open at all now.
    Anyone else had this ? i did a full virus scan - nothing
    Marshall Kiam-Laine, May 9, 2007
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    tony Guest

    same here.
    tony, May 9, 2007
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    Mark Bourne Guest

    No problem here. I don't often use IE, but just checked (after
    installing the latest updates).

    Just a thought though - it _might_ be a problem on your "home page"
    rather than IE itself. Maybe IE now handles this differently, or maybe
    just coincidence that it happened at the same time as the updates. What
    do you have set as your homepage? The default Microsoft home page
    doesn't give me a problem. Maybe see if the problem is avoided by
    changing your home page, but don't forget to bookmark or make a note of
    your existing home page so you can set it back again later ;o)
    Mark Bourne, May 9, 2007
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    Justin Guest

    Can you point out any specific update? I just approved all new updates and
    rolled them out to a handful of machines. No problems. No problem at home
    Justin, May 9, 2007
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    tony Guest

    tony, May 9, 2007
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    tony Guest

    KB931768 causes IE7 failure w/ navcancl & ieframe.dll
    tony, May 9, 2007
  7. The cumulative IE7 update from 5/8/2007 caused the same problem for me when
    installed in Windows XP. IE7 became totally dysfunctional.

    Under Vista KB931768 causes severe slowdowns in Windows Mail when using
    Windows Mail to work these discussion groups.



    Richard Urban
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    You would realize that you don't know what you thought you knew!
    Richard Urban, May 9, 2007
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    Mark Bourne Guest

    That update wasn't available when I updated an hour ago. I have just
    installed it, but need to restart before it takes effect. I'll let you
    know if it has an effect for me when I get a chance to restart.
    Mark Bourne, May 9, 2007
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    VRG Scotty© Guest

    Mine is fine after installing the updates, I'm using Vista Ultimate 32 bit
    VRG Scotty©, May 9, 2007
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    Sharon T Guest

    Me too, my PC works fine after the updates. Also on Vista Ultimate 32 bit.
    Sharon T, May 9, 2007
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    Mark Bourne Guest

    I've just installed the update in question (as well as all others
    available) and don't have a problem. This is on 32-bit Vista Business.

    Another thought - do you have any third-party toolbars installed in IE?
    eg. Google or Yahoo search bars etc. Just trying to think what might be
    different between those having problems and those not...
    Mark Bourne, May 9, 2007
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    Julian Guest

    After this morning update.... No notable difference with WMail. Vista HP.
    Julian, May 9, 2007
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    JSFL2 Guest

    I installed the latest updates on Ultimate 32 bit and IE 7 launches, but now
    has started a pattern of stopping and resarting itself. Anyone out there
    have this happening as well?
    JSFL2, May 9, 2007
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    VRG Scotty© Guest

    I use the google toolbar in IE7
    VRG Scotty©, May 9, 2007
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    JSFL2 Guest

    I do not use any of the add on toolbars. IE just started crashing after
    installing the update mentioned in this thread.
    JSFL2, May 9, 2007
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    PaulM Guest

    Uninstall the update and see if all is well.
    PaulM, May 9, 2007
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    tomlives2000 Guest

    have all updates installed and not a problem here. are you guys attatched to
    a domain?
    tomlives2000, May 9, 2007
  18. Likewise, no problems with either IE7 or Windows Mail after the
    update. Running Vista Home Premium 32-bit.

    Gary VanderMolen
    Gary VanderMolen, May 9, 2007
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    Chad Harris Guest


    You sure done have posted to a lot of groups. Why so many? Vista general
    would have been sufficient. You're complaining about updates for Vista and
    your perception they have something to do with a problem on your box simply
    because of a time conincidence not because of any substantive evidence).

    (Don't see your original thread--this is a phenom of the setup group the
    last month to split and threads and hide the OP's post--why I don't
    know--haven't seen that in years of using these groups) but Win Mail is the
    bastard step child of Redmond MSFT--it's free and gets very little team
    attention or support. The MVPs have to beg constantly to get them to move
    their butts. That's cause Outlook is the MSFT cash cow with Office and the
    27 Office related apps that make money.

    I installed the updates. They installed from MSFT Update. They went in, I
    rebooted and they don't slow down IE7 at all. Something amis is going on on
    your box(es). I'd run spyware and antiviral scans and sfc. You can also
    uninstall them and instlal them one by one if you like from
    or from the MSFT Technet Security site. You can get the security newsletter
    that often gives you the updates 2 weeks in advance.

    I can tell you the bell shaped curve of people aren't having your
    experience. I have Google and Windows Live search toolbars.

    Chad Harris, May 10, 2007
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    Mary Kaspar Guest

    I am having the exact same problem after installing update KB931768. I am
    running Vista Home edition. IE7 opens and then quickley closes ...a windows
    pops up asking if I want to save file NAVCANCL size 2.64KB From IEFRAME.DLL.

    Microsoft experts...please help!

    Mary Kaspar, May 10, 2007
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