Hi, Thanks for the response.
What I did that has so far, since last night and today, worked. I started
Task Manager to see what was running and although I did not have any instance
of IE running, there were 3 instances listed under Processes. I ended all 3
then restarted IE.
Now, if I could get IE to close properly! LOL. On some sites it will and
some it won't. On the home page I have set (manchesteroes.org) there isn't a
problem but when I go to sites that may use 3rd party cookies or ad tracking,
IE does not want to close.
I turned off the Live toolbar and IE seemed to close properly though. I do
not have the Google toolbar installed so can not turn it on/off. Hope MS
fixes that bug soon.
"Rick Rogers" wrote:
> Tools/Manage Addons/Enable or Disable Addons. You have a plugin that is not
> behaving properly, but is loading with IE. Disable those that load with IE
> until the behavior is corrected.
> Best of Luck,
> Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP
> Windows help - www.rickrogers.org
> My thoughts http://rick-mvp.blogspot.com
> "KWilson" <KWilson@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Running Vista Premium 64 bit
> > I am having a problem with the Visual C++ Runtime Library. The error
> > message
> > says Program: C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
> > This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual
> > way. Please contact the application's support team for more information.
> > IE (32 bit) was the only application I was running. I was at
> > gamesville.com
> > and have had to close IE 3 times because of the error. I did not have this
> > problem any other time I have been at the site until today.
> > I tried to find other info on this error and found something that
> > pertained
> > to XP, not Vista (at least the article did not mention Vista) but there
> > was a
> > link for a hot fix which I am afraid to download because it says XP. There
> > were 2 .dll files (msvcrt.dll & msvcirt.dll) mentioned and both were
> > version
> > 7.0x which both of mine are. The article says that the files before
> > version
> > 7.0x did not produce the problem.
> > Should I download the hot fix or is there something else I should do?