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RunDll32 IEDSCS32.DLL

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#1
Setting up personalized settings for:
RunDll32 IEDSCS32.DLL, BrandIE4 SIGNUP

I got the above message after I logged in to Windows.
The screen was black out and the above message shown at top left corner.
It happened after I upgrade the IE to IE8.

How to resolve?
 

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MWRed

I'd rather be fishin
Vista Pro
#2
Is this the first and only time you have seen it?
Does the browser work, and are you able to configure it the way you want( like favorites, search provider, etc.)?

What you see is the initial settings for IE being setup and adding links for Microsoft,Bing,and a homepage.
 

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#3
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#4
The message was there and didn't go away. I cannot login. Only a black screen and the message.

I'm not aware the IE setup. After the IE upgrade, it told me to restart and I did.
 

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MWRed

I'd rather be fishin
Vista Pro
#5
The message was there and didn't go away. I cannot login. Only a black screen and the message.

I'm not aware the IE setup. After the IE upgrade, it told me to restart and I did.
Ahh....well, that's unexpected. This happens before you get to a login screen?

Everything else about this that I have read, leads to it starting up afterwards and nothing else. I wonder why it's not letting you get to login.
 

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    4GB DDR3-1333
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    xfx 9800 GT
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    Creative X-FI Xtreme Gamer
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#6
Can you at all get into safe mode?
I wondered MWRed if able to get into safe mode, maybe able to do sfc scan.
I thought, right or wrongly, that as it is dll files that are maybe the cause, trying to put the files back in order with sfc might work?
Don't know how you think?
 

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#8
Hi sam,
As you have tried system restore, without any luck.
Still in safe mode I think trying sfc /scannow would be the next step.
See below:-
http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/66978-system-files-sfc-command.html
When the scan is finished if there are any errors then run it 3 times, restarting the computer each time.
As each time you run it, hopefully files will be repaired.
During the scans a log is produced, if errors have been found, please include the log in your next post.
 

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    AMD Athlon 64 processor 3800 + 2.40GHz
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    M2N68-LA (Narra)
    Memory
    2.50GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    nVidia GeForce
    Sound Card
    Realtec ALC888 Audio
    Monitor(s) Displays
    17" LCD Monitor
    Hard Drives
    160 Gb Usable Hard Drive
    Other Info
    HP G56 Laptop Win 7 64bit. 4Gb Ram DDR2's. Hitachi 450Gb Hard Drive. Pentium(R) Duel-Core CPU.

MWRed

I'd rather be fishin
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#9
Excellent suggestion. It threw me off when he mentioned that it was keeping him from logging in

Thanks for the ideas, kesume.

everything ive found about it, it was doing that at startup and was fine. Its almost as if its unable to finish what its doing and is getting stuck.
 

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    4GB DDR3-1333
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    xfx 9800 GT
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    Creative X-FI Xtreme Gamer
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    AOC 22" Widescreen
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#11

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#12
I tried the "Selective startup using system config", but the problem still occur.

I have to make it clear that my computer can be booted up. The message appear only after I chose a user and entered the password. When the message shown, the screen is black out. I can go to "Start Task Manager" by pressing Ctrl+Alt+Del. In the Windows Task Manager, I can start a New Task (like control.exe, cmd.exe). So, I think there is some user files were corrupted and cause the problem.
 

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MWRed

I'd rather be fishin
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#13
I wonder if it'd be possible to figure out, it task manager, which process it is that is causing this, and kill it so you can at least get to the desktop and go from there.
 

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    AMD Phenom2 XII 560
    Motherboard
    Biostar A780L3L
    Memory
    4GB DDR3-1333
    Graphics Card(s)
    xfx 9800 GT
    Sound Card
    Creative X-FI Xtreme Gamer
    Monitor(s) Displays
    AOC 22" Widescreen
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    Hard Drives
    320GB
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    2 front, 2 back,one side
    Mouse
    Logitech Wireless LX310
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    Logitech Wireless
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    18/2 cable
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#14
Hi sam,
I like you was hoping it was the answer, however it seems not.
It does as we have said previously looks like, data was corrupted in.during transition.
When you changed up to EI8, did you at all get any opportunity to look in Device Manager to see if any driver updates etc., were required?
Can you get into device manager, if so see if there are any small yellow warning signs, that would indicate that items need updating.
May have a bearing on untangling the 'corruption'.
Thank's
 

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System One

  • Manufacturer/Model
    Hewlett-Packard SR5019UK
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    AMD Athlon 64 processor 3800 + 2.40GHz
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    M2N68-LA (Narra)
    Memory
    2.50GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    nVidia GeForce
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    Realtec ALC888 Audio
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    17" LCD Monitor
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MWRed

I'd rather be fishin
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#15
Agreed, any info you can give may help, no matter how small the bit of info is.

We won't give up, and i'll be curious to find out what may be causing this problem.
 

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System One

  • Manufacturer/Model
    Self Built( I will never "buy" a PC)
    CPU
    AMD Phenom2 XII 560
    Motherboard
    Biostar A780L3L
    Memory
    4GB DDR3-1333
    Graphics Card(s)
    xfx 9800 GT
    Sound Card
    Creative X-FI Xtreme Gamer
    Monitor(s) Displays
    AOC 22" Widescreen
    Screen Resolution
    1680x1050
    Hard Drives
    320GB
    Cooling
    2 front, 2 back,one side
    Mouse
    Logitech Wireless LX310
    Keyboard
    Logitech Wireless
    Internet Speed
    18/2 cable
    Other Info
    Opera/Chrome / EPSON Stylus nx420 / Microsoft Security Essentials / CCleaner / Malwarebytes / OpenDNS / Paint.NET / 7-Zip / Windows Live Mail Client
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#16
In the Task Manager:
Personalized Settings Application is running

Following Processes are running:
csrss.exe
dwm.exe
explorer.exe
rundll32.dll
taskemg.exe
taskmgr.exe
winlogon.exe

I went into the Device Manager and expanded each item, don't see any yellow warning sign.
 

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#17
sam one thing I should have asked you is please what is the precise Model number, and Make of your computer.
This info could help us. Graphics, audio, ram etc,.
Thank's
 

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System One

  • Manufacturer/Model
    Hewlett-Packard SR5019UK
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    AMD Athlon 64 processor 3800 + 2.40GHz
    Motherboard
    M2N68-LA (Narra)
    Memory
    2.50GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    nVidia GeForce
    Sound Card
    Realtec ALC888 Audio
    Monitor(s) Displays
    17" LCD Monitor
    Hard Drives
    160 Gb Usable Hard Drive
    Other Info
    HP G56 Laptop Win 7 64bit. 4Gb Ram DDR2's. Hitachi 450Gb Hard Drive. Pentium(R) Duel-Core CPU.

ilikefree

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#18
If you think it is in the user accounts make another user account.
If the problem goes away you were right.
 

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#19
Kesume,

Manufacturer: HP a6614f
Processor: AMD Phenom 9500 Quad-Core Processor 2.20 Ghz
Memory: 6.00 GB
System Type: 64-bits Operating System
Display adapter: NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430

ilikefree,

I login with other user, they all get the same rundll32 error.
I even tried to create a new user, it got the same message.
 

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#20

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System One

  • Manufacturer/Model
    Hewlett-Packard SR5019UK
    CPU
    AMD Athlon 64 processor 3800 + 2.40GHz
    Motherboard
    M2N68-LA (Narra)
    Memory
    2.50GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    nVidia GeForce
    Sound Card
    Realtec ALC888 Audio
    Monitor(s) Displays
    17" LCD Monitor
    Hard Drives
    160 Gb Usable Hard Drive
    Other Info
    HP G56 Laptop Win 7 64bit. 4Gb Ram DDR2's. Hitachi 450Gb Hard Drive. Pentium(R) Duel-Core CPU.