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'Create new website' link on synthasite.com fails to open

I see the following in the bottom bar of the browser ( IE )

res://C:\WINDOWS\system32\shdoclc.dll/dnserror.htm...

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.

Kind regards.

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  • Anonymous Dec 20, 2008

    after going to Start > Run > Type in cmd, hitting ok and then typing ipconfig / all as advised - I did not see the words DNS Servers



    I tried resetting through internet options on the control panel but the problem continues.

  • captsarang Dec 22, 2008

    The problem continues. However, now I tried to work on my project through Mozilla Firefox. It is working fine.



    I think the problem was in windows system due to some malacious ware causing shdoclc.dll/dnserror which was not allowing IE to open the 'create new website' link on synthasite.com ( displaying error window 'IE - operation aborted' )



    I wonder how these dynamically loaded libraries or dynamic link library ( dll ) file or the windows operating system gets corrupt by adwares, spywares, viruses & trojans affecting Internet Explorer. Is there no builtin protection in Windows or IE to keep such malacious software out of your computer.



    Just buying one more software to get rid of viruses & trojans seems to be the only solution at present



    Thanks for your efforts. I am still looking for a solution.



    Vilaskumar Sarang

    1shoppingmall-uk.com

    Pune, India

  • captsarang Dec 30, 2008

    No it was not a problem of 404 error message or web page not available. It was giving the following message:

    Internet explorer aborting operation

    I could finally open the desired pages using Mozilla Firefox browser.

    The problem still exists whenever I try to use Internet Explorer.

    Thanks for your efforts.






  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    get this message while browsing intgernet.with ie cannot display webpage

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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

  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2008

    Glad you found a solution.

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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.

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

  • machadojr_fe Dec 30, 2008

    In Internet Explorer, Click Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced Tab & then uncheck “Enable third-party browser extensions“.


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