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Anonymous
March 11, 2005 12:07:06 AM

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I recently had an error in my computer where I couldn't get past the start
up. A friend of mine showed me how to reinstall windows from dos and get back
into the desktop. Now, unfortunately, explorer will not run. I cannot open My
Documents or beyond the first page of My Computer. Also, Internet explorer
will not run (this is a different computer). When I try to open My Documents,
it says and illegal opperation occurred and gives me the details of a fault
in MSHTML at 0167:63621bcf. I can't give the rest of the details as it's on
the other computer and manually typing it in could take a while. I personally
think it's an error in explorer, so if anyone knows how to fix this, much
gratitude to them. Please help and thank you for your time.
Anonymous
March 11, 2005 3:39:25 AM

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http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;239094&Product=w98
Various Error Messages Displayed and Slow Windows Performance When
Virtual Memory Is Enabled (239094) - When you click the Performance tab
of the System Properties tool, you may receive the following message:
Performance may be improved by enabling virtual memory. If you examine
the Virtual Memory option, virtual memory is enabled. In addition,
Windows...

That one is unlikely. It says your Swap File should not be attributed
Read-Only. Anyway, you didn't describe all that.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;298098&Product=w98
Error Message: Explorer Caused an Invalid Page Fault in Module
Mshtml.dll at 015f:70cbb044
(298098) - When you attempt to access the CD-ROM drive on your Microsoft
Windows-based computer, you may receive an error message similar to the
following: Explorer Caused an Invalid Page Fault in Module Mshtml.dll at
015f:70cbb044 -or- When you attempt to use...

That one says to replace MSHTML.dll from your cabs. However, that would
be an old version of a file that surely has been updated, with every IE
cumulative update. Therefore...

(1) "START, Run, MSInfo32, Tools menu, IE Repair Tool"
It produces a rather large "Fix IE Log.txt" in C:\Windows. IE & E
are basically one & the same. If this crashes, an over-install of IE is
indicated.
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=194177
Description of the Internet Explorer Repair Tool

(2) Over-install IE. Try first without, but I believe it will request an
internet connection. Perhaps it is best to let it connect, actually. If
you don't care to get this fancy, just skip to step (c).

(a) Turn off interfering programs. Use http://www.pcmag.com/ 's
"StartupCop" or "EndItAll2". Or "START, Run, MSConfig, Startup tab".
Note what is unchecked, if anything. Then, go to the General tab &
disable the entire Startup Group, by clicking "Selective.." & unchecking
"Load Startup...". Reboot.

(b) Perhaps, if you haven't got EndItAll2, then "Ctrl-Alt-Del" & end
task all but Explorer & Systray. If this goes badly, start again from
top, & skip it next time.

(c) "START, Find, F/F, IE6Setup.exe". Click it in the Find window.
NOTE: If you are IE5, then it's "IE5Setup.exe". If there are more
than one (I have two each), click the one in "C:\WINDOWS\Windows
Update Setup Files" or "C:\Windows Update Setup Files", as applicable.

(d) Re-enable the Startup Group. That will automatically check all
items. Go to the Startup tab & uncheck any noted in step (a). Reboot.

(e) Perhaps go to Windows Update, to see whether it now offers
criticals.


--
Thanks or Good Luck,
There may be humor in this post, and,
Naturally, you will not sue,
should things get worse after this,
PCR
pcrrcp@netzero.net
"Dragoncluck" <Dragoncluck@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:A6356FF2-F887-4960-9107-321673FDAE96@microsoft.com...
| I recently had an error in my computer where I couldn't get past the
start
| up. A friend of mine showed me how to reinstall windows from dos and
get back
| into the desktop. Now, unfortunately, explorer will not run. I cannot
open My
| Documents or beyond the first page of My Computer. Also, Internet
explorer
| will not run (this is a different computer). When I try to open My
Documents,
| it says and illegal opperation occurred and gives me the details of a
fault
| in MSHTML at 0167:63621bcf. I can't give the rest of the details as
it's on
| the other computer and manually typing it in could take a while. I
personally
| think it's an error in explorer, so if anyone knows how to fix this,
much
| gratitude to them. Please help and thank you for your time.
Anonymous
March 11, 2005 3:39:26 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win98.gen_discussion (More info?)

Unfortunately, these steps did not work. I reinstalled internet explorer 6
but I get the same error messages. I don't know what further information I
can give you to help. If you let me know I can answer any questions.

"PCR" wrote:

> http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;239094&Product=w98
> Various Error Messages Displayed and Slow Windows Performance When
> Virtual Memory Is Enabled (239094) - When you click the Performance tab
> of the System Properties tool, you may receive the following message:
> Performance may be improved by enabling virtual memory. If you examine
> the Virtual Memory option, virtual memory is enabled. In addition,
> Windows...
>
> That one is unlikely. It says your Swap File should not be attributed
> Read-Only. Anyway, you didn't describe all that.
>
> http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;298098&Product=w98
> Error Message: Explorer Caused an Invalid Page Fault in Module
> Mshtml.dll at 015f:70cbb044
> (298098) - When you attempt to access the CD-ROM drive on your Microsoft
> Windows-based computer, you may receive an error message similar to the
> following: Explorer Caused an Invalid Page Fault in Module Mshtml.dll at
> 015f:70cbb044 -or- When you attempt to use...
>
> That one says to replace MSHTML.dll from your cabs. However, that would
> be an old version of a file that surely has been updated, with every IE
> cumulative update. Therefore...
>
> (1) "START, Run, MSInfo32, Tools menu, IE Repair Tool"
> It produces a rather large "Fix IE Log.txt" in C:\Windows. IE & E
> are basically one & the same. If this crashes, an over-install of IE is
> indicated.
> http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=194177
> Description of the Internet Explorer Repair Tool
>
> (2) Over-install IE. Try first without, but I believe it will request an
> internet connection. Perhaps it is best to let it connect, actually. If
> you don't care to get this fancy, just skip to step (c).
>
> (a) Turn off interfering programs. Use http://www.pcmag.com/ 's
> "StartupCop" or "EndItAll2". Or "START, Run, MSConfig, Startup tab".
> Note what is unchecked, if anything. Then, go to the General tab &
> disable the entire Startup Group, by clicking "Selective.." & unchecking
> "Load Startup...". Reboot.
>
> (b) Perhaps, if you haven't got EndItAll2, then "Ctrl-Alt-Del" & end
> task all but Explorer & Systray. If this goes badly, start again from
> top, & skip it next time.
>
> (c) "START, Find, F/F, IE6Setup.exe". Click it in the Find window.
> NOTE: If you are IE5, then it's "IE5Setup.exe". If there are more
> than one (I have two each), click the one in "C:\WINDOWS\Windows
> Update Setup Files" or "C:\Windows Update Setup Files", as applicable.
>
> (d) Re-enable the Startup Group. That will automatically check all
> items. Go to the Startup tab & uncheck any noted in step (a). Reboot.
>
> (e) Perhaps go to Windows Update, to see whether it now offers
> criticals.
>
>
> --
> Thanks or Good Luck,
> There may be humor in this post, and,
> Naturally, you will not sue,
> should things get worse after this,
> PCR
> pcrrcp@netzero.net
> "Dragoncluck" <Dragoncluck@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:A6356FF2-F887-4960-9107-321673FDAE96@microsoft.com...
> | I recently had an error in my computer where I couldn't get past the
> start
> | up. A friend of mine showed me how to reinstall windows from dos and
> get back
> | into the desktop. Now, unfortunately, explorer will not run. I cannot
> open My
> | Documents or beyond the first page of My Computer. Also, Internet
> explorer
> | will not run (this is a different computer). When I try to open My
> Documents,
> | it says and illegal opperation occurred and gives me the details of a
> fault
> | in MSHTML at 0167:63621bcf. I can't give the rest of the details as
> it's on
> | the other computer and manually typing it in could take a while. I
> personally
> | think it's an error in explorer, so if anyone knows how to fix this,
> much
> | gratitude to them. Please help and thank you for your time.
>
>
>
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Anonymous
March 11, 2005 5:03:19 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win98.gen_discussion (More info?)

Do you get any other error message that can be looked up...?...
http://search.support.microsoft.com/search/?adv=1&spid=... MSKB


--
Thanks or Good Luck,
There may be humor in this post, and,
Naturally, you will not sue,
should things get worse after this,
PCR
pcrrcp@netzero.net
"Dragoncluck" <Dragoncluck@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:B598FEE0-4443-48D6-A79D-8E3AC55172EC@microsoft.com...
| Unfortunately, these steps did not work. I reinstalled internet
explorer 6
| but I get the same error messages. I don't know what further
information I
| can give you to help. If you let me know I can answer any questions.
|
| "PCR" wrote:
|
| >
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;239094&Product=w98
| > Various Error Messages Displayed and Slow Windows Performance When
| > Virtual Memory Is Enabled (239094) - When you click the Performance
tab
| > of the System Properties tool, you may receive the following
message:
| > Performance may be improved by enabling virtual memory. If you
examine
| > the Virtual Memory option, virtual memory is enabled. In addition,
| > Windows...
| >
| > That one is unlikely. It says your Swap File should not be
attributed
| > Read-Only. Anyway, you didn't describe all that.
| >
| >
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;298098&Product=w98
| > Error Message: Explorer Caused an Invalid Page Fault in Module
| > Mshtml.dll at 015f:70cbb044
| > (298098) - When you attempt to access the CD-ROM drive on your
Microsoft
| > Windows-based computer, you may receive an error message similar to
the
| > following: Explorer Caused an Invalid Page Fault in Module
Mshtml.dll at
| > 015f:70cbb044 -or- When you attempt to use...
| >
| > That one says to replace MSHTML.dll from your cabs. However, that
would
| > be an old version of a file that surely has been updated, with every
IE
| > cumulative update. Therefore...
| >
| > (1) "START, Run, MSInfo32, Tools menu, IE Repair Tool"
| > It produces a rather large "Fix IE Log.txt" in C:\Windows. IE
& E
| > are basically one & the same. If this crashes, an over-install of IE
is
| > indicated.
| > http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=194177
| > Description of the Internet Explorer Repair Tool
| >
| > (2) Over-install IE. Try first without, but I believe it will
request an
| > internet connection. Perhaps it is best to let it connect, actually.
If
| > you don't care to get this fancy, just skip to step (c).
| >
| > (a) Turn off interfering programs. Use http://www.pcmag.com/ 's
| > "StartupCop" or "EndItAll2". Or "START, Run, MSConfig, Startup tab".
| > Note what is unchecked, if anything. Then, go to the General tab &
| > disable the entire Startup Group, by clicking "Selective.." &
unchecking
| > "Load Startup...". Reboot.
| >
| > (b) Perhaps, if you haven't got EndItAll2, then "Ctrl-Alt-Del" & end
| > task all but Explorer & Systray. If this goes badly, start again
from
| > top, & skip it next time.
| >
| > (c) "START, Find, F/F, IE6Setup.exe". Click it in the Find window.
| > NOTE: If you are IE5, then it's "IE5Setup.exe". If there are
more
| > than one (I have two each), click the one in "C:\WINDOWS\Windows
| > Update Setup Files" or "C:\Windows Update Setup Files", as
applicable.
| >
| > (d) Re-enable the Startup Group. That will automatically check all
| > items. Go to the Startup tab & uncheck any noted in step (a).
Reboot.
| >
| > (e) Perhaps go to Windows Update, to see whether it now offers
| > criticals.
| >
| >
| > --
| > Thanks or Good Luck,
| > There may be humor in this post, and,
| > Naturally, you will not sue,
| > should things get worse after this,
| > PCR
| > pcrrcp@netzero.net
| > "Dragoncluck" <Dragoncluck@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message
| > news:A6356FF2-F887-4960-9107-321673FDAE96@microsoft.com...
| > | I recently had an error in my computer where I couldn't get past
the
| > start
| > | up. A friend of mine showed me how to reinstall windows from dos
and
| > get back
| > | into the desktop. Now, unfortunately, explorer will not run. I
cannot
| > open My
| > | Documents or beyond the first page of My Computer. Also, Internet
| > explorer
| > | will not run (this is a different computer). When I try to open My
| > Documents,
| > | it says and illegal opperation occurred and gives me the details
of a
| > fault
| > | in MSHTML at 0167:63621bcf. I can't give the rest of the details
as
| > it's on
| > | the other computer and manually typing it in could take a while. I
| > personally
| > | think it's an error in explorer, so if anyone knows how to fix
this,
| > much
| > | gratitude to them. Please help and thank you for your time.
| >
| >
| >
Anonymous
March 11, 2005 4:24:41 PM

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Copy/paste the following line into an IE Addressbar, click on GO, then
copy/paste the results into your reply:

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In memory of our dear friend, MVP Alex Nichol (1935-2005)
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Dragoncluck wrote:
> Unfortunately, these steps did not work. I reinstalled internet explorer 6
> but I get the same error messages. I don't know what further information I
> can give you to help. If you let me know I can answer any questions.
>
> "PCR" wrote:
>
> > http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;239094&Product=w98
> > Various Error Messages Displayed and Slow Windows Performance When
> > Virtual Memory Is Enabled (239094) - When you click the Performance tab
> > of the System Properties tool, you may receive the following message:
> > Performance may be improved by enabling virtual memory. If you examine
> > the Virtual Memory option, virtual memory is enabled. In addition,
> > Windows...
> >
> > That one is unlikely. It says your Swap File should not be attributed
> > Read-Only. Anyway, you didn't describe all that.
> >
> > http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;298098&Product=w98
> > Error Message: Explorer Caused an Invalid Page Fault in Module
> > Mshtml.dll at 015f:70cbb044
> > (298098) - When you attempt to access the CD-ROM drive on your Microsoft
> > Windows-based computer, you may receive an error message similar to the
> > following: Explorer Caused an Invalid Page Fault in Module Mshtml.dll at
> > 015f:70cbb044 -or- When you attempt to use...
> >
> > That one says to replace MSHTML.dll from your cabs. However, that would
> > be an old version of a file that surely has been updated, with every IE
> > cumulative update. Therefore...
> >
> > (1) "START, Run, MSInfo32, Tools menu, IE Repair Tool"
> > It produces a rather large "Fix IE Log.txt" in C:\Windows. IE & E
> > are basically one & the same. If this crashes, an over-install of IE is
> > indicated.
> > http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=194177
> > Description of the Internet Explorer Repair Tool
> >
> > (2) Over-install IE. Try first without, but I believe it will request an
> > internet connection. Perhaps it is best to let it connect, actually. If
> > you don't care to get this fancy, just skip to step (c).
> >
> > (a) Turn off interfering programs. Use http://www.pcmag.com/ 's
> > "StartupCop" or "EndItAll2". Or "START, Run, MSConfig, Startup tab".
> > Note what is unchecked, if anything. Then, go to the General tab &
> > disable the entire Startup Group, by clicking "Selective.." & unchecking
> > "Load Startup...". Reboot.
> >
> > (b) Perhaps, if you haven't got EndItAll2, then "Ctrl-Alt-Del" & end
> > task all but Explorer & Systray. If this goes badly, start again from
> > top, & skip it next time.
> >
> > (c) "START, Find, F/F, IE6Setup.exe". Click it in the Find window.
> > NOTE: If you are IE5, then it's "IE5Setup.exe". If there are more
> > than one (I have two each), click the one in "C:\WINDOWS\Windows
> > Update Setup Files" or "C:\Windows Update Setup Files", as applicable.
> >
> > (d) Re-enable the Startup Group. That will automatically check all
> > items. Go to the Startup tab & uncheck any noted in step (a). Reboot.
> >
> > (e) Perhaps go to Windows Update, to see whether it now offers
> > criticals.
> >
> >
> > --
> > Thanks or Good Luck,
> > There may be humor in this post, and,
> > Naturally, you will not sue,
> > should things get worse after this,
> > PCR
> > pcrrcp@netzero.net
> > "Dragoncluck" <Dragoncluck@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > news:A6356FF2-F887-4960-9107-321673FDAE96@microsoft.com...
> > > I recently had an error in my computer where I couldn't get past the
> > > start up. A friend of mine showed me how to reinstall windows from
> > > dos and get back into the desktop. Now, unfortunately, explorer will
> > > not run. I cannot open My Documents or beyond the first page of My
> > > Computer. Also, Internet explorer will not run (this is a different
> > > computer). When I try to open My Documents, it says and illegal
> > > opperation occurred and gives me the details of a fault in MSHTML at
> > > 0167:63621bcf. I can't give the rest of the details as it's on the
> > > other computer and manually typing it in could take a while. I
> > > personally think it's an error in explorer, so if anyone knows how to
> > > fix this, much gratitude to them. Please help and thank you for your
> > > time.
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