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Navcancl / ieframe.dll - Solution

  1. #1


    Marshall Kiam-Laine Guest

    Navcancl / ieframe.dll - Solution

    Problem : ie7 refuses to open
    after Installing update KB 931768

    Solution : find C:\program files\ iexplore.exe
    right click and "Run as administrator"
    After ie7 has opened :
    Tools\options\Advanced - Disable Pfishing.

    should be ok now - but of course be extra Alert for
    any Fishing emails.


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  3. #2


    Feliks Dzerzhinsky Guest

    Re: Navcancl / ieframe.dll - Solution

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    Marshall Kiam-Laine wrote:
    > Problem : ie7 refuses to open after Installing update
    > KB 931768
    >
    > Solution : find C:\program files\ iexplore.exe
    > right click and "Run as administrator"
    > After ie7 has opened : Tools\options\Advanced - Disable
    > Pfishing.
    >
    > should be ok now - but of course be extra Alert for any Fishing emails.
    >
    >
    > ----------------------------------------------------

    That is not a solution. It is only a workaround. The solution is for
    MS to fix the %$#@! thing.

    BTW, the IE7 phishing filter has nothing to do with email...only sites.

    How about this for a solution. Use Firefox.

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  4. #3


    tony Guest

    RE: Navcancl / ieframe.dll - Solution

    Problem solved!

    I've solved this problem by restoring the temporary internet files folder
    the default folder. I changed the TIF folder for some reasons, but now I
    have to chage it back to solve this problem. The default folder in Vista
    should be like:
    C:\Users\%YOUR_USER_NAME%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet
    Files

    In my case, I don't need to chage the phishing filter any more. Everything
    is working just fine!

    "Marshall Kiam-Laine" wrote:

    > Problem : ie7 refuses to open
    > after Installing update KB 931768
    >
    > Solution : find C:\program files\ iexplore.exe
    > right click and "Run as administrator"
    > After ie7 has opened :
    > Tools\options\Advanced - Disable Pfishing.
    >
    > should be ok now - but of course be extra Alert for
    > any Fishing emails.
    >
    >
    > ----------------------------------------------------
    >


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  5. #4


    Ronnie Vernon MVP Guest

    Re: Navcancl / ieframe.dll - Solution

    > How about this for a solution. Use Firefox.

    Wouldn't that just be another workaround?

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    Windows Shell/User


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    > Marshall Kiam-Laine wrote:
    >> Problem : ie7 refuses to open after Installing update
    >> KB 931768
    >>
    >> Solution : find C:\program files\ iexplore.exe
    >> right click and "Run as administrator"
    >> After ie7 has opened : Tools\options\Advanced - Disable
    >> Pfishing.
    >>
    >> should be ok now - but of course be extra Alert for any Fishing emails.
    >>
    >>
    >> ----------------------------------------------------

    > That is not a solution. It is only a workaround. The solution is for
    > MS to fix the %$#@! thing.
    >
    > BTW, the IE7 phishing filter has nothing to do with email...only sites.
    >
    > How about this for a solution. Use Firefox.
    >
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    Feliks Dzerzhinsky Guest

    Re: Navcancl / ieframe.dll - Solution

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    Ronnie Vernon MVP wrote:
    >> How about this for a solution. Use Firefox.

    >
    > Wouldn't that just be another workaround?
    >



    True, but it got your attention. :-)

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  7. #6


    Sharon F Guest

    Re: Navcancl / ieframe.dll - Solution

    On Fri, 11 May 2007 06:28:01 -0700, tony wrote:

    > Problem solved!
    >
    > I've solved this problem by restoring the temporary internet files folder
    > the default folder. I changed the TIF folder for some reasons, but now I
    > have to chage it back to solve this problem. The default folder in Vista
    > should be like:
    > C:\Users\%YOUR_USER_NAME%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet
    > Files
    >
    > In my case, I don't need to chage the phishing filter any more. Everything
    > is working just fine!


    I wonder if you would be able to move it again now if this would stay
    working? Sometimes reverting to default settings to "re-unites" the
    troubled piece of the puzzle and then it once again behaves as expected.

    On the other hand, staying at the default setting is good prevention
    against a future update assuming a defined path for a user configurable
    item.

    It would be interesting to know if you don't mind shifting these around a
    bit. If you would rather not, that's understandable too...

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    MS-MVP ~ Windows Shell/User

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  8. #7


    tony Guest

    Re: Navcancl / ieframe.dll - Solution

    I've tried it and, with no luck, it happened again. If you change the default
    TIF folder, the problem will come back again.

    "Sharon F" wrote:

    > On Fri, 11 May 2007 06:28:01 -0700, tony wrote:
    >
    > > Problem solved!
    > >
    > > I've solved this problem by restoring the temporary internet files folder
    > > the default folder. I changed the TIF folder for some reasons, but now I
    > > have to chage it back to solve this problem. The default folder in Vista
    > > should be like:
    > > C:\Users\%YOUR_USER_NAME%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet
    > > Files
    > >
    > > In my case, I don't need to chage the phishing filter any more. Everything
    > > is working just fine!

    >
    > I wonder if you would be able to move it again now if this would stay
    > working? Sometimes reverting to default settings to "re-unites" the
    > troubled piece of the puzzle and then it once again behaves as expected.
    >
    > On the other hand, staying at the default setting is good prevention
    > against a future update assuming a defined path for a user configurable
    > item.
    >
    > It would be interesting to know if you don't mind shifting these around a
    > bit. If you would rather not, that's understandable too...
    >
    > --
    > Sharon F
    > MS-MVP ~ Windows Shell/User
    >


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  9. #8


    Sharon F Guest

    Re: Navcancl / ieframe.dll - Solution

    On Fri, 11 May 2007 16:38:01 -0700, tony wrote:

    > I've tried it and, with no luck, it happened again. If you change the default
    > TIF folder, the problem will come back again.


    Thanks, Tony. Appreciate your taking the time to find out if this would
    work or not.

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    MS-MVP ~ Windows Shell/User

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  10. #9


    WaterMoccasin Guest

    Re: Navcancl / ieframe.dll - Solution

    Well, that's ridiculous.
    People with roaming profiles hate TIF in the profile dir.
    They should be able to change this option.

    I had the same problem. Seems TIF change is bad.

    Hmmm..Firefox, eh? It's also got that nice HTML snippet viewer feature...!
    If only MS would analyze their competitors before planning development!
    (Frontpage/Expression vs. Dreamweaver, VS.NET vs Eclipse, IE vs.
    Firefox...oh well, maybe someday...)


    "Sharon F" wrote:

    > On Fri, 11 May 2007 16:38:01 -0700, tony wrote:
    >
    > > I've tried it and, with no luck, it happened again. If you change the default
    > > TIF folder, the problem will come back again.

    >
    > Thanks, Tony. Appreciate your taking the time to find out if this would
    > work or not.
    >
    > --
    > Sharon F
    > MS-MVP ~ Windows Shell/User
    >


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  11. #10


    Sharon F Guest

    Re: Navcancl / ieframe.dll - Solution

    On Fri, 1 Jun 2007 12:00:00 -0700, WaterMoccasin wrote:

    > Well, that's ridiculous.
    > People with roaming profiles hate TIF in the profile dir.
    > They should be able to change this option.


    I agree with you. The option to change location is available within the UI.
    It shouldn't be a surprise that some folks move it. IMO, an update should
    not break this. It should check the current value of this variable instead
    of assuming the cache is still at the default location.

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