Ordinal 481 not found in dynamic library iertutil.dll plus ....

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by merrysea, Feb 10, 2009.

  1. merrysea

    merrysea Guest

    Whenever I click on the IE7 icon on my desktop, all I get is another shortcut
    on my desktop. If I right click, I get "create shortcut", "delete", "rename"
    and "properties". If I click on properties, I get "rundll32.exe-Ordinal not
    found- The ordinal 481 could not be located in the dynamic link library
    iertutil.dll". The same message appears when I open many other programs.

    I've tried reinstalling IE7 and even installing IE8 but nothing happens. I
    can't open IE from the quick launch, the start menu or even the icon in the
    program files folder. I can't even access IE options through Internet
    Options in Control Panel or using Inetcpl.cpl in the Run menu.

    Please help and thank you!
     
    merrysea, Feb 10, 2009
    #1
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  2. I'll assume you're running WinXP SP2 or SP3 here *and* that you've
    uninstalled IE8 RC1:

    You may have a horked (dirty; bad; flawed) install of IE7. I suggest that
    you...

    1. Uninstall IE7 (which automatically returns you to IE6) EXACTLY per
    http://www.ie-vista.com/kbase2.html [Only use the Command
    %windir%\ie7\spuninst\spuninst.exe if you cannot uninstall via Add/Remove
    Programs!]

    2a. Uninstall all toolbars and third-party Windows Themes (including Window
    Blinds).

    2b. Disable all Norton Add-ons, if applicable.

    3. Reinstall IE7 EXACTLY per
    http://www.ie-vista.com/known_issues.html#pre-install <= Steps #1-8, #10 &
    #11; take note of #12, then STOP!

    NB: Use http://www.microsoft.com/windows/downloads/default.mspx as the
    installation source, not Automatic/Windows Update.

    Or Direct Download link:
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9ae91ebe-3385-447c-8a30-081805b2f90b

    Tip: Save the installer to your desktop, do not Run it.

    4. IMMEDIATELY go to http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com and install any
    critical updates offered. If a "Root Certificates" update is listed in the
    Optional category, install it to take full advantage of IE7's additional
    security.

    Also see:

    IEBlog : IE7 (Un)Installation and Anti-Malware Applications
    http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2006/10/11/IE7-Installation-and-Anti_2D00_Malware-Applications.aspx

    IEBlog: IE and Windows XP Service Pack 3
    http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2008/05/05/ie-and-xpsp3.aspx

    What's New in Internet Explorer 7
    http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms649487.aspx

    Release Notes
    http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/Aa740486.aspx
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Feb 10, 2009
    #2
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  3. merrysea

    merrysea Guest

    Thank you so much, PA Bear for answering so quickly.

    Yes, and sorry, I'm running WinXP SP3 and I did uninstall IE8. I then
    uninstalled each of the IE7 updates (after uninstalling the first two I got a
    more normal right-click menu and was able to access Internet Options through
    the Control Panel but still IE7 wouldn't open even without add-ons).
    Finally, I uninstalled IE7 and was able to open up IE6 and browse with it.

    I then tried re-installing IE7 and it immediately added two security
    updates. I tried the icon, start menu, etc. but was unable to open it. So,
    I uninstalled the updates again, uninstalled IE7 and am now using IE6.

    Would you suggest just staying with IE6 until a proven version of IE8 comes
    out (this isn't the first big problem I've had with IE7) or trying to install
    IE7 from other locations? I actually used the direct link
    (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9ae91ebe-3385-447c-8a30-081805b2f90b) to install last time.

    merrysea

     
    merrysea, Feb 11, 2009
    #3
  4. You did not follow the exact instructions I posted in my previous reply.
    Try installing IE7 again per the following.

    Required reading IMHO before installing IE7:

    Sandi's Installation Tips <= Steps #1-8, #10 & #11; take note of #12, then
    STOP!
    http://www.ie-vista.com/known_issues.html#pre-install
    (ignore any references to Vista)

    And I strongly recommend using
    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/downloads/ie/getitnow.mspx as the
    installation source, not Automatic/Windows Update.

    Alternately, use this Direct Download link:
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9ae91ebe-3385-447c-8a30-081805b2f90b

    Tip: Save the installer to your desktop, do not Run it.

    Make *certain* that you check in at Windows Update immediately after
    installing IE7 and install any critical updates offered. If Optional
    Updates category offers Root Certificates update, I recommend installing it
    to take full advantage of IE7's additional security.

    IEBlog : IE7 Installation and Anti-Malware Applications
    http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2006/10/11/IE7-Installation-and-Anti_2D00_Malware-Applications.aspx
    --
    ~PA Bear
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Feb 11, 2009
    #4
  5. merrysea

    merrysea Guest

    Sorry PA Bear, I dropped the ball even with all your help. Tomorrow I will
    follow your instructions to the letter and post my results. Thank you for
    your patience.

    merrysea
     
    merrysea, Feb 13, 2009
    #5
  6. merrysea

    Tony Guest

    I have pretty much the same problem, except it's ordinal 169 that is missing.
    I followed these instructions to the letter, with no joy.

    First, I can't run explorer at all, so I have to run Firefox (thank God
    there are alternatives), the Windows update doesn't work.

    After following your direct link, I download and run the install. It
    appears to be installing fine, but I end up with

    "Set up couldn't verify the integrity of the file update. Make sure the
    Cryptographic service is running on this computer."

    Unfortunately, I just have the background showing, there is no start bar or
    anyway for me to get to the control panel to check this service.

    Any suggestions? I don't want to reinstall yet again. How have microsoft
    got away with releasing such a flawed product without releasing a specific
    fix for this?
     
    Tony, Feb 15, 2009
    #6
  7. And you're reply to...?

    Please begin a new thread about /your/ problem instead of hijacking someone
    else's. Thanks.

    PS: Unexplained computer behavior may be caused by deceptive software
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/827315
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Feb 15, 2009
    #7
  8. merrysea

    Tony Guest

    Thank you for your extremely unhelpful response for virtually the same
    problem being experienced by merrysea.

    I'm not what you would call a novice when it comes to computers, nor in
    managing forums, being the admin on 3 gaming forums.

    I posted because the problem was so similar and because your advice didn't
    work. This problem is being posted all over the place. MS released a broken
    piece of software(IE7)and should create the appropriate downloadable
    fixwithout the need to have a degree in computer science to fix it, or to be
    patronised by the likes of you.
     
    Tony, Feb 18, 2009
    #8
  9. To keep track of things, it helps immensely if you include all of previous
    message(s) in your replies to the newsgroup. Thank you.

    To avoid confusion, always begin a new thread about your problem, no matter
    how similar it may appear to someone else's.

    PS: Millions have been running IE7 for years now without getting any errors.
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Feb 18, 2009
    #9
  10. merrysea

    merrysea Guest

    Well, I followed the instructions to the letter (I really had done almost
    everything the first time) and when IE7 is installed, it will not open - with
    or without add ons. You can open the internet options through Control Panel
    but the browser refuses to open and there are no error messages either. I
    tried doing a Windows Update to see if it would force the browser to open but
    to no avail. I've even tried different installations of IE7 but the results
    are the same. IE6 seems to work perfectly, though.

    Could this have something to do with the "ordinal 481" that was missing
    before? Why would IE6 work and not IE7? When I started with this problem
    IE8 wouldn't work either so am I stuck with an almost obsolete browser now?
    This really bothers me because more and more websites/programs are no longer
    supporting IE6.

    Any suggestions?

    merrysea
     
    merrysea, Feb 21, 2009
    #10
  11. Thread history:
    http://groups.google.com/group/micr..._frm/thread/763cac7914885dce/c5e3badbff6fd98d

    Was IE7 ever working properly on this WinXP SP3 machine or did this problem
    start immediately after your first install of IE7?

    What anti-virus application or security suite is installed and is your
    subscription current? What anti-spyware applications (other than Defender)?
    What third-party firewall (if any)? Were any of these applications running
    in the background when you installed and/or uninstalled IE7 and/or IE8 Beta
    and/or SP3?

    Has a Norton or McAfee application ever been installed on this machine
    (e.g., a free-trial version that came preinstalled when you bought it)?
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Feb 22, 2009
    #11
  12. merrysea

    merrysea Guest

    I installed IE7 as soon as it came out and it worked beautifully. I did,
    however, have an incident when I couldn't open it (just like this time but
    with no error messages whatsoever) a few months ago and at the time, I
    couldn't even uninstall it. I came here and also looked elsewhere and the
    result was to uninstall IE7. The problem was that I had to uninstall SP2
    (didn't have SP3 at the time) before I could uninstall IE7. I uninstalled
    SP2, uninstalled each of the many updates to IE7, then uninstalled IE7. When
    I saw that IE6 worked, I then reinstalled SP2 first then IE7 and then the
    updates. A couple of months ago, I installed SP3 and still everything worked
    fine until the day I first contacted you. Do you think uninstalling SP3
    would help at all?

    I'm using Norton Internet Security (Firewall, anti-virus, etc.) but the
    subscription ran out about 2 or so months ago. I'm afraid that I've been
    looking for a better deal than renewing it online. I also have Norton
    Password Manager which I have to admit acts strangely at times. Sometimes,
    when I install a new program or open a program, Norton Password Manager tries
    to install itself again (even though it's already installed) and I have to
    manually cancel it.

    I turned off the Windows firewall because it was having conflicts with
    Norton.

    I've been disabling Norton when re-installing IE7 as you mentioned but, to
    tell you the truth, I'm not sure if I had it on or not when I originally
    installed and uninstalled IE7 and IE8 Beta or SP3.

    Do you think Norton is interfering?

    merrysea
     
    merrysea, Feb 22, 2009
    #12
  13. To install IE7, you must be running WinXP SP2 or SP3, so it's not possible
    that you had to uninstall SP2 before you could uninstall IE7.

    The above notwithstanding...
    No, I think you're seeing the affects of a maassive hijackware infection
    because you've not had a valid & active anti-virus application installed for
    several months. And if you didn't disable the Norton Firewall and then
    enabled the Windows Firewall, you probably were running without a valid
    firewall for several months, too.

    In short, this machine should NOT be connected to the internet or any
    networks in its current state.

    The best way to make things right again is to format & do a clean install of
    Windows. No, a Repair Install will not help.

    References:

    When should I re-format? How should I reinstall?
    http://www.dslreports.com/faq/10063

    5 steps to help protect your new computer before you go online
    [When you do a clean install, you'll end up with the equivalent of a "new
    computer"]
    http://www.microsoft.com/protect/computer/advanced/xppc.mspx

    Steps To Help Prevent Spyware
    http://www.microsoft.com/protect/computer/spyware/prevent.mspx

    If the procedures look too complex - and there is no shame in admitting this
    isn't your cup of tea - take the machine to a local, reputable and
    independent (i.e., not BigBoxStoreUSA or Geek Squad) computer repair shop.
    A good tech will charge you about $150US or so to do all this for you.

    Good luck!
     
    PA Bear [MS MVP], Feb 23, 2009
    #13
  14. merrysea

    essam ahmad Guest

    ordinal481 not found



    merryse wrote:

    Thank you so much, PA Bear for answering so quickly.
    11-Feb-09

    Thank you so much, PA Bear for answering so quickly.

    Yes, and sorry, I'm running WinXP SP3 and I did uninstall IE8. I then
    uninstalled each of the IE7 updates (after uninstalling the first two I got a
    more normal right-click menu and was able to access Internet Options through
    the Control Panel but still IE7 wouldn't open even without add-ons).
    Finally, I uninstalled IE7 and was able to open up IE6 and browse with it.

    I then tried re-installing IE7 and it immediately added two security
    updates. I tried the icon, start menu, etc. but was unable to open it. So,
    I uninstalled the updates again, uninstalled IE7 and am now using IE6

    Would you suggest just staying with IE6 until a proven version of IE8 comes
    out (this isn't the first big problem I've had with IE7) or trying to install
    IE7 from other locations? I actually used the direct link
    (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9ae91ebe-3385-447c-8a30-081805b2f90b) to install last time

    merryse

    :

    Previous Posts In This Thread:

    Ordinal 481 not found in dynamic library iertutil.dll plus ....
    Whenever I click on the IE7 icon on my desktop, all I get is another shortcut
    on my desktop. If I right click, I get "create shortcut", "delete", "rename"
    and "properties". If I click on properties, I get "rundll32.exe-Ordinal not
    found- The ordinal 481 could not be located in the dynamic link library
    iertutil.dll". The same message appears when I open many other programs

    I've tried reinstalling IE7 and even installing IE8 but nothing happens. I
    can't open IE from the quick launch, the start menu or even the icon in the
    program files folder. I can't even access IE options through Internet
    Options in Control Panel or using Inetcpl.cpl in the Run menu

    Please help and thank you!

    I'll assume you're running WinXP SP2 or SP3 here *and* that you've uninstalled
    I'll assume you're running WinXP SP2 or SP3 here *and* that you've
    uninstalled IE8 RC1

    You may have a horked (dirty; bad; flawed) install of IE7. I suggest that
    you..

    1. Uninstall IE7 (which automatically returns you to IE6) EXACTLY per
    http://www.ie-vista.com/kbase2.html [Only use the Command
    %windir%\ie7\spuninst\spuninst.exe if you cannot uninstall via Add/Remove
    Programs!

    2a. Uninstall all toolbars and third-party Windows Themes (including Window
    Blinds)

    2b. Disable all Norton Add-ons, if applicable

    3. Reinstall IE7 EXACTLY per
    http://www.ie-vista.com/known_issues.html#pre-install <= Steps #1-8, #10 &

    NB: Use http://www.microsoft.com/windows/downloads/default.mspx as the
    installation source, not Automatic/Windows Update

    Or Direct Download link:
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9ae91ebe-3385-447c-8a30-081805b2f90

    Tip: Save the installer to your desktop, do not Run it

    4. IMMEDIATELY go to http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com and install any
    critical updates offered. If a "Root Certificates" update is listed in the
    Optional category, install it to take full advantage of IE7's additional
    security

    Also see

    IEBlog : IE7 (Un)Installation and Anti-Malware Application
    http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2006/10/11/IE7-Installation-and-Anti_2D00_Malware-Applications.asp

    IEBlog: IE and Windows XP Service Pack
    http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2008/05/05/ie-and-xpsp3.asp

    What's New in Internet Explorer
    http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms649487.asp

    Release Note
    http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/Aa740486.asp
    --
    ~Robear Dyer (PA Bear
    MS MVP-IE, Mail, Security, Windows Desktop Experience - since 200
    AumHa VSOP & Admin http://aumha.ne
    DTS-L http://dts-l.net

    merrysea wrote:

    Thank you so much, PA Bear for answering so quickly.
    Thank you so much, PA Bear for answering so quickly.

    Yes, and sorry, I'm running WinXP SP3 and I did uninstall IE8. I then
    uninstalled each of the IE7 updates (after uninstalling the first two I got a
    more normal right-click menu and was able to access Internet Options through
    the Control Panel but still IE7 wouldn't open even without add-ons).
    Finally, I uninstalled IE7 and was able to open up IE6 and browse with it.

    I then tried re-installing IE7 and it immediately added two security
    updates. I tried the icon, start menu, etc. but was unable to open it. So,
    I uninstalled the updates again, uninstalled IE7 and am now using IE6.

    Would you suggest just staying with IE6 until a proven version of IE8 comes
    out (this isn't the first big problem I've had with IE7) or trying to install
    IE7 from other locations? I actually used the direct link
    (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9ae91ebe-3385-447c-8a30-081805b2f90b) to install last time.

    merrysea

    :

    You did not follow the exact instructions I posted in my previous reply.
    You did not follow the exact instructions I posted in my previous reply.
    Try installing IE7 again per the following.

    Required reading IMHO before installing IE7:

    Sandi's Installation Tips <= Steps #1-8, #10 & #11; take note of #12, then
    STOP!
    http://www.ie-vista.com/known_issues.html#pre-install
    (ignore any references to Vista)

    And I strongly recommend using
    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/downloads/ie/getitnow.mspx as the
    installation source, not Automatic/Windows Update.

    Alternately, use this Direct Download link:
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9ae91ebe-3385-447c-8a30-081805b2f90b

    Tip: Save the installer to your desktop, do not Run it.

    Make *certain* that you check in at Windows Update immediately after
    installing IE7 and install any critical updates offered. If Optional
    Updates category offers Root Certificates update, I recommend installing it
    to take full advantage of IE7's additional security.

    IEBlog : IE7 Installation and Anti-Malware Applications
    http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2006/10/11/IE7-Installation-and-Anti_2D00_Malware-Applications.aspx
    --
    ~PA Bear

    merrysea wrote:

    Sorry PA Bear, I dropped the ball even with all your help.
    Sorry PA Bear, I dropped the ball even with all your help. Tomorrow I will
    follow your instructions to the letter and post my results. Thank you for
    your patience.

    merrysea


    :

    I have pretty much the same problem, except it's ordinal 169 that is missing.
    I have pretty much the same problem, except it's ordinal 169 that is missing.
    I followed these instructions to the letter, with no joy.

    First, I can't run explorer at all, so I have to run Firefox (thank God
    there are alternatives), the Windows update doesn't work.

    After following your direct link, I download and run the install. It
    appears to be installing fine, but I end up with

    "Set up couldn't verify the integrity of the file update. Make sure the
    Cryptographic service is running on this computer."

    Unfortunately, I just have the background showing, there is no start bar or
    anyway for me to get to the control panel to check this service.

    Any suggestions? I don't want to reinstall yet again. How have microsoft
    got away with releasing such a flawed product without releasing a specific
    fix for this?

    And you're reply to...?
    And you're reply to...?

    Please begin a new thread about /your/ problem instead of hijacking someone
    else's. Thanks.

    PS: Unexplained computer behavior may be caused by deceptive software
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/827315

    Tony wrote:

    Thank you for your extremely unhelpful response for virtually the same problem
    Thank you for your extremely unhelpful response for virtually the same
    problem being experienced by merrysea.

    I'm not what you would call a novice when it comes to computers, nor in
    managing forums, being the admin on 3 gaming forums.

    I posted because the problem was so similar and because your advice didn't
    work. This problem is being posted all over the place. MS released a broken
    piece of software(IE7)and should create the appropriate downloadable
    fixwithout the need to have a degree in computer science to fix it, or to be
    patronised by the likes of you.

    :

    To keep track of things, it helps immensely if you include all of previous
    To keep track of things, it helps immensely if you include all of previous
    message(s) in your replies to the newsgroup. Thank you.

    To avoid confusion, always begin a new thread about your problem, no matter
    how similar it may appear to someone else's.

    PS: Millions have been running IE7 for years now without getting any errors.

    Tony wrote:

    Well, I followed the instructions to the letter (I really had done almost
    Well, I followed the instructions to the letter (I really had done almost
    everything the first time) and when IE7 is installed, it will not open - with
    or without add ons. You can open the internet options through Control Panel
    but the browser refuses to open and there are no error messages either. I
    tried doing a Windows Update to see if it would force the browser to open but
    to no avail. I've even tried different installations of IE7 but the results
    are the same. IE6 seems to work perfectly, though.

    Could this have something to do with the "ordinal 481" that was missing
    before? Why would IE6 work and not IE7? When I started with this problem
    IE8 wouldn't work either so am I stuck with an almost obsolete browser now?
    This really bothers me because more and more websites/programs are no longer
    supporting IE6.

    Any suggestions?

    merrysea



    :

    Re: Ordinal 481 not found in dynamic library iertutil.dll plus ...
    Thread history:
    http://groups.google.com/group/micr..._frm/thread/763cac7914885dce/c5e3badbff6fd98d

    Was IE7 ever working properly on this WinXP SP3 machine or did this problem
    start immediately after your first install of IE7?

    What anti-virus application or security suite is installed and is your
    subscription current? What anti-spyware applications (other than Defender)?
    What third-party firewall (if any)? Were any of these applications running
    in the background when you installed and/or uninstalled IE7 and/or IE8 Beta
    and/or SP3?

    Has a Norton or McAfee application ever been installed on this machine
    (e.g., a free-trial version that came preinstalled when you bought it)?
    --
    ~Robear Dyer (PA Bear)
    MS MVP-IE, Mail, Security, Windows Desktop Experience - since 2002
    AumHa VSOP & Admin http://aumha.net
    DTS-L http://dts-l.net/

    merrysea wrote:

    I installed IE7 as soon as it came out and it worked beautifully.
    I installed IE7 as soon as it came out and it worked beautifully. I did,
    however, have an incident when I couldn't open it (just like this time but
    with no error messages whatsoever) a few months ago and at the time, I
    couldn't even uninstall it. I came here and also looked elsewhere and the
    result was to uninstall IE7. The problem was that I had to uninstall SP2
    (didn't have SP3 at the time) before I could uninstall IE7. I uninstalled
    SP2, uninstalled each of the many updates to IE7, then uninstalled IE7. When
    I saw that IE6 worked, I then reinstalled SP2 first then IE7 and then the
    updates. A couple of months ago, I installed SP3 and still everything worked
    fine until the day I first contacted you. Do you think uninstalling SP3
    would help at all?

    I'm using Norton Internet Security (Firewall, anti-virus, etc.) but the
    subscription ran out about 2 or so months ago. I'm afraid that I've been
    looking for a better deal than renewing it online. I also have Norton
    Password Manager which I have to admit acts strangely at times. Sometimes,
    when I install a new program or open a program, Norton Password Manager tries
    to install itself again (even though it's already installed) and I have to
    manually cancel it.

    I turned off the Windows firewall because it was having conflicts with
    Norton.

    I've been disabling Norton when re-installing IE7 as you mentioned but, to
    tell you the truth, I'm not sure if I had it on or not when I originally
    installed and uninstalled IE7 and IE8 Beta or SP3.

    Do you think Norton is interfering?

    merrysea


    :

    To install IE7, you must be running WinXP SP2 or SP3, so it's not possible
    To install IE7, you must be running WinXP SP2 or SP3, so it's not possible
    that you had to uninstall SP2 before you could uninstall IE7.

    The above notwithstanding...


    No, I think you're seeing the affects of a maassive hijackware infection
    because you've not had a valid & active anti-virus application installed for
    several months. And if you didn't disable the Norton Firewall and then
    enabled the Windows Firewall, you probably were running without a valid
    firewall for several months, too.

    In short, this machine should NOT be connected to the internet or any
    networks in its current state.

    The best way to make things right again is to format & do a clean install of
    Windows. No, a Repair Install will not help.

    References:

    When should I re-format? How should I reinstall?
    http://www.dslreports.com/faq/10063

    5 steps to help protect your new computer before you go online
    [When you do a clean install, you'll end up with the equivalent of a "new
    computer"]
    http://www.microsoft.com/protect/computer/advanced/xppc.mspx

    Steps To Help Prevent Spyware
    http://www.microsoft.com/protect/computer/spyware/prevent.mspx

    If the procedures look too complex - and there is no shame in admitting this
    isn't your cup of tea - take the machine to a local, reputable and
    independent (i.e., not BigBoxStoreUSA or Geek Squad) computer repair shop.
    A good tech will charge you about $150US or so to do all this for you.

    Good luck!
    --
    ~Robear Dyer (PA Bear)
    MS MVP-IE, Mail, Security, Windows Desktop Experience - since 2002
    AumHa VSOP & Admin http://aumha.net
    DTS-L http://dts-l.net/

    merrysea wrote:


    Submitted via EggHeadCafe - Software Developer Portal of Choice
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    http://www.eggheadcafe.com/tutorial...82-69ba695d7e5d/silverlight-2-beta-2-doi.aspx
     
    essam ahmad, Jan 1, 2010
    #14
  15. merrysea

    rob^_^ Guest

    Hi,

    And the rest of the error message says?

    It should tell you the name of a file that tells us what module is at fault.

    Please include your OS version, Service Pack level and IE version and FULL
    details of any error messages that you receive when posting a question.

    Regards.

     
    rob^_^, Jan 1, 2010
    #15
  16. merrysea

    VanguardLH Guest

    (Google Groups copy of OLD thread: http://preview.tinyurl.com/ya6fk24)

    Wow, thanks for that *declarative* non-solution response that merely
    duplicated the subject. Yep, we've been waiting all those 10 months for
    just that reply, uh huh.
    A leech site pretending to have forums by running a webnews-for-dummies
    interface that submits improperly formatted posts through a gateway to
    Usenet (aka newsgroups).
     
    VanguardLH, Jan 1, 2010
    #16
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