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Internet explorer raised unhandled exception in third party module

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  • Anonymous Oct 10, 2008

    i keep getting the msg that internet explorer has to close due to an unhandled exception in third party module unicode;v,0,5,0

  • egilsonr Oct 17, 2008

    When I try to close a sight an unhandled third party exception comes up and then i report it try to close the sight agian and my computer crashes.This has been happening for a couple of weeks.(windows xp)

    I watch alot of videos, can that start this problem? Help me fix it. Thanks

  • Anonymous Jan 08, 2009

    My client is also facing the same problem, He is in USA now and he is calling me from there. After this error the internet explorer get closed.

    I ask him to do many things. but how he is doing there don't know.

    Pls./ help as soon as....!

  • heide399 Mar 25, 2009

    internet exporer raised unhandled excetion in third party module

    I keep getting this error. Then internet exporer shuts down and re-launches. Can anyone help me? I have Reg-cure but apparently it isn't fixing the problem.

    Thank you

  • jusselfy Mar 31, 2009

    i do not speak good english but i tryin when i wan close the window i can''t why apperece this window the no close i speak spanish

  • bluebird_dav Apr 12, 2009

    my internet explorer wil not come up becauase it states that there has been an unhandled third party exception

  • egilsonr May 11, 2010

    Ca you either clarify or walk me through this third party exeptoin,module problem because it keeps crashing our system.Thanks



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Scan your computer with antivirus program (for example, Kaspersky Antivirus, Dr.Web, ESET NOD32).
What module crashes? Shell32.dll? or some adware module?

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I guess the best thing you should to get an antyspyware program, really fast, but also a good one, and try to update everything ( software) on your computer

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