Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
I see the following in the bottom bar of the browser ( IE )
what does it means ? what do I do to correct it ? I think shdoclc.dll is an application file of the windows operating system ( XP Professional, version 2002 Service Pack 2 ) of my computer. All other pages on synthasite.com open properly. However, the links related to site builder or editing the site gives me the above mentioned error when clicked.
This is not a problem on your computer. This message shows because a web page you are trying to reach is not available, and so cannot be opened. In the "old days" this would be called a 404 message - file or page not found.
You did not say what the screen itself said; but I believe it will confirm my diagnosis.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
It could be a DNS problem.
Goto Start > Run. . . > Type in "cmd" (without the quotes), hit enter or ok.
Type in "ipconfig /all", and look in there besides DNS Servers, if there is not one listed that would be your problem.
If that is not it try Control Panel>internet options>Programs> hit Reset Web Settings
Please tell the results and I will continue to help you the best I can if this is not it.
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