Very Very Strange Problem with Internet explorer

By WoWPrvteSrvrGM
Jun 26, 2007
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  1. Okay, I get on my Desktop and it boots good, the desktop and all the shortcuts are there, the .txt and.word doc.'s work same with Pics (jpg) and movies (AVI Mov Mp4 Divx) Even Messenger!!, they all work, but then i am looking around on my desktop when BAM! Is says:

    Internet Explorer
    Internet Explorer has encountered a problem with an add-on and needs to close.
    The Following add-on was running when this problem occured:
    Add-on name: rlcrvcc.dll
    Company name:
    Description: rlcrvcc.dll

    Advanced... Continue


    Then i hit continue and be on my way, It appears AGAIn! then i thit continue and it appears again! if i go AFK for about 15 minutes ill have 115++ of those error messages. This also happens instantly when i try to open Internet and then when i thit contine the Browser closes and the "normal" Internet explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close sorry for the inconvenience...Tell MS about this problem yada yada yada. This has aslo blocked the using of My virus control, which i dont see as a threat because i cant go on the internet. So plz People at Techspot, HELP ME!!!
  2. almcneil

    almcneil TechSpot Guru Posts: 1,554

    For now, use the Internet Explorer (no add-ons)" versions. It's here:

    Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> Internet Explorer (no add-ons)

    Then replace rlcrvcc.dll. Just do a web search for it and save the new copy to c:\Windows\System32
  3. herr5407

    herr5407 Newcomer, in training Posts: 118

    Do what almcneil said. You can also try this if using new IE if the above post doesn't work.

    Go Tools >> Internet options >> Advanced tab >> click on that button that says to reset IE to its factory defaults. I've had strange things happen in IE and this alleviates the problem most of the time.
  4. WoWPrvteSrvrGM

    WoWPrvteSrvrGM Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Firstly i did the first step, and it still shuts down with the Inconvenience part and i searched for Rlcrvcc.dll on my laptop on google and no beans, i found squat
  5. WoWPrvteSrvrGM

    WoWPrvteSrvrGM Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    I cant access tools cus my Browser shuts down prematurely =( so unless i can get the Un-add-on versioon to work then ur ideas out sorry
  6. herr5407

    herr5407 Newcomer, in training Posts: 118

    Somewhere on your start button (maybe in accessories) there should be an "Internet Explorer (no-add ons)" shortcut.

    If you can find that (Might only be for IE7), then you can run that and try the suggestions again.
    -----

    Edit:

    Sorry I had a dumb moment for a second. Thats exactly what the post before says for you to do.

    If the file cannot be identified as a legit program, boot into safe, search for the DLL (make sure look in hidden and system files is checked) and delete it. Try re-installaing IE. but remember, deleting DLLs is always not the best idea as this can result in an unstable/malfunctioning system. MAKE SURE if you do delete, that no other applications are dependant on its existance.
  7. WoWPrvteSrvrGM

    WoWPrvteSrvrGM Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Lol But yeah its still not working and i cant Re-format cuz i have a DVD reinstallation Disc for my Desktop with no DVD drive, i aint got a a CD one, i dont even think they make them anymore.. is there a website where i can wipe my PC like a Reformat? lol
  8. WoWPrvteSrvrGM

    WoWPrvteSrvrGM Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Kay ill do that Herr, Cuz i checked on the Microsoft Site and it hasd a list of thier approved/legit addons and rlcrvcc.dll wasnt there
  9. herr5407

    herr5407 Newcomer, in training Posts: 118

    Doesn't even sound like you need a reformat in the slighest bit.

    You said it blocked your virus control, does the same message pop up with rlcrvcc.dll being the culprit?
  10. WoWPrvteSrvrGM

    WoWPrvteSrvrGM Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Yeah it does...
  11. WoWPrvteSrvrGM

    WoWPrvteSrvrGM Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Maybe Spyware? Disguised as a Dll App?
     
  12. WoWPrvteSrvrGM

    WoWPrvteSrvrGM Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Okay my Safe mode is just a black Screen with my Service Pack ID o the sop and the words SAFE MODE of the bottom, i cant do anything...
  13. herr5407

    herr5407 Newcomer, in training Posts: 118

    Wow. Even safe mode is failing. That sounds like it's a little more than just a malfunctioning IE add-on.

    Boot into safe mode w/command prompt - type chkdsk /f = let that go

    Try to find the DLL and view its properties to see if there is a company listed or any information for that matter to determine what the DLL is or where it's used. 0 results comes up in google for that filename which is strange.
  14. WoWPrvteSrvrGM

    WoWPrvteSrvrGM Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Sorry for QUdruple Post lol but i got the Add-on Deleted and there was nothing dependant on it so ima re-install IE and ill tell you the outcome Herr
  15. herr5407

    herr5407 Newcomer, in training Posts: 118

    Ok. Let me know.

    I have 41% battery power in my beasty work laptop so if I don't reply, I will when I get home
  16. WoWPrvteSrvrGM

    WoWPrvteSrvrGM Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Well i got it off, and the company was the name of the Add-on so yeah idk
  17. CCT

    CCT TechSpot Evangelist Posts: 3,556

    'but then i am looking around on my desktop when BAM! Is says:'


    What does this mean? You hadn't even run IE but were just doing desktop stuff and the error occurred?
  18. WoWPrvteSrvrGM

    WoWPrvteSrvrGM Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    WAHOOOOOO!!!IT WORKSSS!!! THANKS SOOO MUCH HERR5407!!!! YOU HELPED ME OUT MORE THAN YOU KNOW!!(ps: im posting on my Desktop ^_^)
  19. herr5407

    herr5407 Newcomer, in training Posts: 118

    Good to know. Watch for those add-ins. They can be a problem sometimes.
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