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Internet Explorer stopped working, res://ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm

The IE stops and I have to go to Windows Task Mgr. to end the program the above res:// is what shows up on windows task manager.

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Does this happen all the time ? If It does I would try Microsoft support because they can uninstall IE and reinstall it. You can't unless you have access to another browser like Google chrome or Firefox.

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Its usually for internet explorer but it sounds like you may have a trojan

http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=1628

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SOURCE: D:/windows/system32/shdoclc.dll/dnserror.htm

Hi hemgri,

the answer to this problem is unfortunately not that easy, because multiple reasons can cause this error.

It could be a simple DNS or DHCP service error, that can hopefully be fixed by restarting the services

  1. Go to Start>Run and type "services.msc" and click ok
  2. In the list look for "DHCP Client". Right-click and choose Stop
  3. Then right-click "DHCP Client" again and choose Start.
  4. Then look for "DNS Client". Right-click and choose Stop.
  5. Once again right click "DNS Client" and choose Start.
  6. Double-click your Internet Explorer button and all should be working now.
It is also possible that your DNS server is not working properly. What ISP do you have and what are your DNS servers? Try assigning a static DNS server.

  1. Go to Control Panel>Network Connections.
  2. Right-click on Local Area Connections and go to properties
  3. Double-click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
  4. Chose "Use the Following DNS server"
  5. Type in 4.2.2.2 on the first line and 4.2.2.3 on the second line.(These are Verizon's DNS server.) Click OK.
We are just going to use theseDNS to see if there is something wrong with your ISP's DNS. Try browsing and see if it works. If it does, you can also use one of the open DNS servers instead of the one's from your ISP, i.e. OpenDNS's free DNS servers: 208.67.222.222 and 208.67.220.220.

If this still doesn't work, then there is a possibility that your computer is infected with a virus. To do something about that would be too much for this forum, because it involves posting of 'HijackThis" logs. Have a look here, someone had the same problem. Try to find help there - the guys are really good and know what they're doing.

Please leave a comment, so I (and maybe others) can learn more about this.

Good luck!

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Hello,

I've had VERY good luck by using this Kapersky Antivirus rescue. Here is a link to that, courtesy Brothersoft: http://www.brothersoft.com/kaspersky-rescue-disk-197959.html

Scroll down, it is a 102MB download.

Download this to a known clean machine and burn a CD. Once burned, put it in the infected machine and boot. It is a linux based OS Live CD, so it won't be infecting this disc. Live CD's are great, they take a little while to boot though.

Make sure you have an active internet connection as the program will update itself before scanning. If if says it won't mount the internal drive, choose Force Mount. In Settings, choose scan all files, set level to highest threat level.

This CD saved my **** and is now a permanent part of my CD collection!!!!!!!

After this finds the problems, download and install and run both Malwarebytes (full scan) and also Superantispyware (full scan). After those, download Avira-Free AV software.

By this time, you should have killed the beasties dead in their tracks!

Best Regards,
Tom

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