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Hello!

 

I recently used that winapp2.ini thing, (Unedited, someone gave me a link, on THIS site)

 

I pressed analyze, then I pressed run cleaner, and after I pressed run cleaner I got the following DLL error;

 

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Please help me!

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Panarchy

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That's the Control Panel Link ("CPL") for Internet Explorers 'Internet Properties' where you can change Internet Explorers settings.

 

It should be located in:

"C:\WINDOWS\System32\inetcpl.cpl"

 

It also has a DLL file:

"C:\WINDOWS\System32\inetcplc.dll"

 

You should make sure you can load the Internet Properties, if not perhaps Dial-a-fix can repair it if you have those files listed above in the System32 folder.

 

In Dial-a-fix to repair Internet Properties:

Registration center, then tick Control Panel applets, then click the Go button.

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I'm assuming you're running Windows XP SP2 . Now if you do have the inetcpl.cpl file in your C:\WINDOWS\System32 folder (or C:\Winnt\System32 in XP Home), and just in case Andavari' suggestions don't do the trick, you could try this:

 

First, copy the existing inetcpl.cpl file from System32 to another folder for safekeeping.

 

Next, delete the copy in System32. Windows File Protection will immediately detect that the file has disappeared, and will replace it with the copy from the Dllcache or ServicePackFiles folder.

 

See whether that fixes it.

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That's the Control Panel Link ("CPL") for Internet Explorers 'Internet Properties' where you can change Internet Explorers settings.

 

It should be located in:

"C:\WINDOWS\System32\inetcpl.cpl"

 

It also has a DLL file:

"C:\WINDOWS\System32\inetcplc.dll"

 

You should make sure you can load the Internet Properties, if not perhaps Dial-a-fix can repair it if you have those files listed above in the System32 folder.

 

In Dial-a-fix to repair Internet Properties:

Registration center, then tick Control Panel applets, then click the Go button.

 

Trying that now.

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I have gotten an IEPeers.dll error (The specified procedure could not be found)

 

But apart from that, nothing.

 

I'll try the CCleaner update link again.

 

Nope, same error, opened up in IE6.

 

Please help.

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Okay.

 

Well I've done what you said, (I renamed both the extensions to .BAK [from dll & cpl]), but the windows protection thing hasn't given the files back yet!

 

I have refreshed!

 

____EDIT___

 

Refreshed again, they are there now!

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OKAY!

 

The exact same error (not really an error) is occurring, the exact same as at the start of this topic (But the Dial-a-fix thing did fix a seperate issue for me, one I was asking on a different forum)

 

Please help!

 

To reiterate:

 

On CCleaner, when I click Check for updates, it opens in IE6 (Even though I have long since, been up to date [iE7])

I want it to open up in firefox (I have the latest version) and NO other browser!

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Panarchy

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I've tried this myself, and the file were immediately replaced, as they should....

 

Doing a sfc /scannow from the run box will prompt File Protection to check the integrity of all system files. That's something else to try; you may need your Windows Setup CD-Rom

 

[edit]whoops, our posts appear to have crossed...[/edit]

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On CCleaner, when I click Check for updates, it opens in IE6 (Even though I have long since, been up to date [iE7])

 

This really sounds like a botched or incomplete install to me. You need to UNinstall IE 7, then do a fresh install of the browser. That will replace ALL IE related files, INCLUDING Iepeers.dll and Inetcpl.cpl; it may solve all your problems in the process.

 

]I want it to open up in firefox (I have the latest version) and NO other browser!

 

After uninstalling/reinstalling IE, go to Set Program Access and Defaults, and set FF as your default browser

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I've tried this myself, and the file were immediately replaced, as they should....

 

Doing a sfc /scannow from the run box will prompt File Protection to check the integrity of all system files. That's something else to try; you may need your Windows Setup CD-Rom

 

[edit]whoops, our posts appear to have crossed...[/edit]

 

I did that earlier today (to fix a separate issue)

 

This really sounds like a botched or incomplete install to me. You need to UNinstall IE 7, then do a fresh install of the browser. That will replace ALL IE related files, INCLUDING Iepeers.dll and Inetcpl.cpl; it may solve all your problems in the process.

After uninstalling/reinstalling IE, go to Set Program Access and Defaults, and set FF as your default browser

 

^I will do that, when I get the chance. Maybe in an hour. I'll tell you how it goes.

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^I will do that, when I get the chance. Maybe in an hour. I'll tell you how it goes.

 

OK, good luck; do keep us posted. :)

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Windows File Protection will immediately detect that the file has disappeared, and will replace it with the copy from the Dllcache or ServicePackFiles folder.

That's a really good tip, it's one I'll have to remember! ;)

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^That one didn't work, and I have done Windows Update (Microsoft Updates) with Custom checked, and I have installed ALL of the updates.

 

There are NONE left

 

I have restarted my computer.

 

The update thing still opens in IE6.

 

What should I do?

 

Should I go here: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/...ie/default.mspx

 

And download the latest IE? (IE7)

 

Or should I do something else?

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Panarchy

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^That one didn't work, and I have done Windows Update (Microsoft Updates) with Custom checked, and I have installed ALL of the updates.

 

There are NONE left

 

I have restarted my computer.

 

The update thing still opens in IE6.

 

What should I do?

 

Should I go here: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/...ie/default.mspx

 

And download the latest IE? (IE7)

 

But that's exactly what I told you to do:

 

Firs UNinstall your present copy of IE 7 through Add-Remove Programs.

 

Reboot when done.

 

Then download and install IE 7 anew!

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Okay thanks! I have downloaded and installed the newest one from the site.

 

Let's check up on that error, shall we?

 

Good news!

 

It now opens in Firefox!

 

YAY!

 

Now doing a CCleaner thing again, to see if it will work,

 

Good, no DLL error!

 

Now to check if I have IE7, yep!

 

Oh! :o

 

IE7Pro isn't installed.

 

I'll have to reinstall it.

 

Thanks,

 

Panarchy

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You're very welcome, glad that did the trick. :)

 

I do suggest you go back to Windows Update and see whether there are now additional critical updates to install.

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