When i try to open C: or D: a window prompts on the screen asking through which program you want to open ! Also, when i tried to open Internet Explorer, an error prompts -" The procedure entry point InternetGetSecurityInfoBy URLW could not be located in the dynamic link library WININET.dll" What is the reason for this error and what is the solution?
It was functioning absolutely fine till yesterday but suddenly it started showing error. Please guide.
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Installation instructions for Windows Internet Explorer
Installation of Adobe Flash Player may require administrative access to your PC, which is normally provided by your IT department. It is recommended that you close all other open browser windows before continuing with the installation.
Click the download link to automatically download and install Adobe Flash Player into Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Depending on your security settings, you may see a Security Warning dialog box. Click Install to install the ActiveX control.
When the installation is complete, you will see the Adobe Flash Player logo and text.
Installation instructions for Windows non-Internet Explorer
Installation of Adobe Flash Player may require administrative access to your PC, which is normally provided by your IT department. For the installation to succeed, you may be asked to close all open browser windows during the installation.
Click the download link. A dialog box will appear asking you where to save the Installer.
Save the Installer to your desktop, and wait for it to download completely.
An Installer icon will appear on your desktop. Double-click on it.
You may be prompted to close open browser windows to continue with the installation.
You can verify the version you have installed by visiting the About Flash Player page
I saw most of the people were asking for the option to maximize all Internet explorer windows size. There are some tricks which might work only for some windows but not for all the Internet Explorer windows. As I am working as a technical support, I found an option to set all Internet Explorer Windows maximized.
I will provide you the steps to set this potion, please try this and let me know if this worked for you.
1. Open Internet Explorer and press F12 to open Developers tools windows for Internet explorer.
2. Click on Tools and select Resize.
3. Select the maximum screen resolution size you have.
4. Close the Internet explorer and reopen it to get the maximized windows. From now you will be able to open any Internet explorer windows in maximized size even though if you open a link right clicking on it and select "Open in a new window".
When you open Windows Explorer, the left hand Folders pane is disabled or gray or blank and the folder tree on left is not available.
There may be an error in the registry. A required system file is missing or an incorrect version.
Close Windows Explorer.
Start the Registry Editor (click Start, Run, type regedit and click OK).
Expand HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main.
In the right-hand pane, locate the value named ExplorerBar. If present, delete it.
Restart Windows Explorer. If this does not resolve the issue,
The correct solution depends on the version of Internet Explorer that is installed on the computer.Internet Explorer 5.5 or lower
The preferred solution for computers with Internet Explorer 5.5 or lower is to upgrade to the latest version of Internet Explorer.
If this is not possible:
Open the folder C:\Windows\System. Check that the file browseui.dll is present. If it is not present, restore this file.
Internet Explorer 6
Open the folder C:\Windows\System. Check that the file shdocvw.dll is present. If it is not present, restore this file.
Open a command prompt.
Enter the command cd \Windows\System
Verify that the command prompt shows C:\Windows\System.
Enter the command regsvr32 /i shdocvw.dll.
Enter the command regsvr32 /i browseui.dll.
A message will appear confirming the successful registration of the files.
Now restart the sytem and confirm the problem is solved.
Assume you are using Windows XP.. Go to My Computer >C Drive (your hard drive icon)>open programmes, find the Internet explorer folder, open it and right click on the "iexplore" icon and create shortcut..it will then prompt you to place the shortcut on the desktop..windows Vista is virtually the same
whenever i open the internet explorer i
get a window askin for " this is not a valid zip code" try again and if i press the ok button is shows one more window
asking for " enter thezip code that you would like to display the weather for:" and it
asks for a number...what should i do to get this problem solved..please reply me as soon as possible...its damaging my pc.
For Internet Explorer 5 and above, you can follow these directions to clear out temporary files and delete cookies. 1) Open Internet Explorer and click on Tools
2) Click on Internet Options
3) On the General Tab, in the middle of the screen, click on Delete Files
4) You may also want to check the box "Delete all offline content"
5) Click on OK and wait for the hourglass icon to stop after it deletes the
temporary internet files
6) You can now click on Delete Cookies and click OK to delete cookies that
websites have placed on your hard drive. To clear the Internet History in
IE: 1) Open Internet Explorer and click on Tools
2) Click on Internet Options
3) On the General Tab, in the middle of the screen, click on Clear History
4) Click OK To clean up other temporary
files on your computer in Windows 98 or higher: 1) Click Start, Programs (or All Programs), Accessories,
System Tools, Disk Cleanup
2) Choose the correct drive usually C:\
3) Check the boxes in the list and delete the files