I am at work and we have a intranet that has some files on it we use. When I goto open a file it comes up with this error message.
Internet Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the incovience.
For mor info on this error, click here give me.
AppName: iexplore.exe AppVer: 6.0.2900.5512 ModName: kernel32.dll
ModVer: 5.1.2600.5512 Offser: 00012aeb
Please help me. My IT department is also working on it.
if it is problem saying send or don't send error report so you can do following:
1.right click on my computer
2.go to properties
3.then,go to advanced
4.here,you will see "error reporting"option.
5.disable it and tick below.....
Even I have faced the same kind of problem, but finally I SOLVED the problem, just go to the
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office 12\OWSSUPP.DLL and delete OWSSUPP.DLL and then
Run the MS Office Diagnostic Tool in your start menu (MS Office/MS Office Tools) ,
It should find one error and fix it for you.
then restart your system .That's it your problem will be solved.
do this will get rid of encountered problem
Over time IE7 seems to set its own (or programs do) tick boxes in the advance tab.
In IE7 Tools >Internet Options >Advance Tab
Click Restore advance settings defaults button.
Then scroll the listings down to near the bottom and:
1. Tick empty temp files when browser closes (this empties the cache, which if not empty, will stop you from going online).
2. Bullet disable phishing filter (optional. Leave it on if you want that type of protection, usually for financial data like internet banking)
When you encounter this problem -"Internet Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience."
I would suggest, we right click on the file which you need to open and choose to open the file in a new window. This works for me, hence suggesting it to the wider distribution.
I have internet explorer8 and I get this error-"Internet Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience." when I try to access some files from the sharepoint. I have reported the problem to Microsoft but in vain.
I get the same message
Internet Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.AppName: iexplore.exe AppVer: 7.0.6000.16735 ModName: kernel32.dll
ModVer: 5.1.2600.5512 Offset: 00012aeb
When trying Trying to open .pdf file in internet explorer
Also get Adobe Reader 9.0 has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
AppName: acrord32.exe AppVer: 188.8.131.522 ModName: kernel32.dll
ModVer: 5.1.2600.5512 Offset: 00012aeb
Whenever trying to run Acrobat reader 9.
Problem started when updated to Acrobat Reader 9. Have reinstalled/deinstalled/CCcleaned/PerfectUninstalled/RegisterEasyed many times to no avail.
If you have a solution, please let me know -- If I get one I'll pass it on
My system is XP/ I have 10GB available on my system drive.
Internet Explorer 7.05730.11
Seems like running a manuell update in Reader solves the problem, found a msi-package with the update under the %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Adobe\Updater6\Install, good so far. Tryed adding it in the custom MST with Adobe Custom Wizard, under Launch Other Apps, but only .EXE and .BAT were supported... Stuck.
I'm a Linux (openSuSE) user and I had forgotten to look in 2 places (current settings and 'Lan" settings) for the proxy.. This laptop did have AVG installed and a few ' free' toolbars... dumbass'
Anyways, reading through your posts, caused me to look closer and recall there are indeed 2 places (probably more know MicroSucks) where proxy can be set..
Favors always take more than you really want to give...
when on yahoomail, the internet explorer would suddenly close with the notice " internet explorer is closing", and the the browsing would be terminated. what could be the problem, and what are the solutions to it.
IE8, IE9, Adobe Acrobat X
Issue: IE error when presented with simple local pdf links
These choices appear differently in micro-version changes of IE from MS, so try them all in order to get rid of the errors:
Modify Tools -> Manage add-ons -> [choose to display All Add-ons] -> Microsoft
Click on the Microsoft header item and click on Disable All
Modify Internet Options -> Advanced -> [Security section] -> Enable DOM Storage
Uncheck this box if it is checked
Modify Internet Options -> Advanced -> [Security section] -> Do not save encrypted files to disk
Check this box if it is not checked
These changes will ensure that the Acrobat toolbar displays like it did in Acrobat 9 and ensure that you don't foul up a print job by printing the pdf before you actually have it on your local machine:
To make the Acrobat 10 plugin show the control tools automatically,
start Acrobat Reader via the Start Menu, go to Edit -> Preferences,
click on Internet and un-check "Display in Read Mode by default"
and un-check "Allow speculative downloading in the background"
to make sure you have it all before it is shown to you.
I have been having problems with IE "encountering problems" and shutting down several times while I am working online... I've tried several recommended "fixes" and nothing has helped. I think it started when I downloaded Adobe Flashplayer 10.... I'm in the process of uninstalling it again and finding an old one to go back to. Maybe that will work.