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Thread: error: res://ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm [On XP Pro & Win7 Ultimate IE8]

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    error: res://ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm [On XP Pro & Win7 Ultimate IE8]

    It's actually annoying and happens mainly when videos are involved, forcing Internet Explorer 8 to constantly 'Recover Tabs'. The entire that comes up is the error: error: res://ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm [On XP Pro & Win7 Ultimate IE8. Previous to the authentic website address. It seems that this might have comprised to originate on Windows 7 according to this Microsoft IE8 hold up or maintain thread in 2009. I had noticed it recently on Win 7 Ultimate, additional than consideration it was a Twitter extension, which has been ruled out. The Windows 7 apparatus had been associated to the XP Pro in excess of a diminutive network, which means it might be with no trouble transferable.

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    Re: error: res://ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm [On XP Pro & Win7 Ultimate IE8]

    The IE8 has been working with on Win7 x64 in view of the fact that I installed it earlier this year. The IE8 has been on Win XP Pro (32 bit) in view of the fact that it came out. I have encompass and been working the IE9 preview (solitary page) without tribulations. Cannot pinpoint several installation or additional reason that together develops this responsibility without obvious cause. The trusty 'Switch Off and on the entire in excess of again courtesy of a innovative install determine to be tried later when I get back to the apparatus in query.

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    Re: error: res://ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm [On XP Pro & Win7 Ultimate IE8]

    I immediately moved from IE7 to IE8 (so far gigantic mistake); I am tranquil on Windows XP, and encompass been getting the following error communication when attempting to have right of entry some dot com: res://ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm#barnesandnoble.com,barnesandnoble.com I have received the res://ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm# by means of more than a few websites, additional than not the entire.

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    Re: error: res://ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm [On XP Pro & Win7 Ultimate IE8]

    In view of the fact that the tabs are crashing when you go to that and additional websites, you might have a bad install. You be able to try uninstalling Internet Explorer 8 and re-download and install it the entire in excess of again. My webhost suggest uninstalling IE 8 and reinstalling IE 7 or switching to an additional browser similar to Firefox. It seems that websites similar to I mentioned in my original situation include scripts (such as horizontal text scrollers) that are not yet compatible by means of IE 8 even in compatibility view. I determine to try the uninstall/reinstall first previous to switching to an additional browser.

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    Re: error: res://ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm [On XP Pro & Win7 Ultimate IE8]

    I am getting the equivalent predicament by means of IE8. Sites that make use of to work by means of IE7 are at present crashing and giving me the res ieframe.dll acr_error.htm communication. Is there no matter which that Microsoft determines to do to fix this. I am using windows 7 professional in recent times I have receiving similar error I do not what to do next. Please assist I tried to utilize the entire the solutions provided in this discussion additional than it did not work for me I am using Microsoft sanctuary essentials as antivirus & regularly updating my windows & additional software through windows bring up to date.

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    Re: error: res://ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm [On XP Pro & Win7 Ultimate IE8]

    To uninstall IE8 (if not obtainable in Add/Remove Programs) from this you have to go to Start > Run > type "IE8" (no quotes) and hit it off OK. Then you have to locate the spuninst folder, open it and run the uninstaller. This determines to require a restart and revert the system back to IE7. I did this and confirmed I had no tribulations by means of IE7. Then I re-installed IE8 (said no to recommended sites and install updates) and tranquil had no tribulations. The re-install fixed my problem Facebook was not completely logging me in and giving an ieframe error in the address bar using IE8. (Send error to Microsoft popup). Firefox 3.5.3 worked extremely well without issue. It is probable IE8 got out of order when SP3 was installed for XP.

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    Re: error: res://ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm [On XP Pro & Win7 Ultimate IE8]

    This error is able to be caused by more than a few things. We have a submission that runs from side to side a window in IE that necessary the MS VM java to be the defaulting. By means of IE8, this no longer works by means of the submission; therefore, by means of it being the defaulting, it was not running on additional sites moreover. So we desirable to go to tools, advanced and set Sun JRE as the defaulting. I did run across 2 cases this morning where sun JRE was not even installed. So we installed it and then tranquil were having tribulations by means of pages, so I tried to download an updated version or description of flash, additional than got this error on the flash page as well. So I did a search and ended up downloading the RC2 version of the most recent flash and it is working extremely well now.

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