HELP: Cannot display image and Shdoclc.dll

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I use IE 6 with Win XP SP2. On some sites, I see a small rectangle box
that says "This page cannot be
displayed" , side by side with other images & text. Right clicking on the
box, & then Properties, I see the box's URL as:
res://C:\WINDOWS\system32\shdoclc.dll/pagerror.gif

This problem seem intermittent or random. Because when I exited IE 6,
reload IE & surfed to that site, the box is gone, with a perfect image
there.

I googled and found that shdoclc.dll refers to Shell Document Object &
Control Library which stores menus, dialog boxes, etc. I also found a
site (http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?shdoclc) that offers
downloads for an updated shdoclc. I downloaded that file but dare not
installed it, as I was told
not to mess around with System level files.

Grateful for your advice if there are less invasive surgery to resolve this
intermittent
problem. Many thks
 
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There will be no problem.
But do this instead and see if it works,

start>run>cmd> sfc/scannow

"Jimmy Hsu" wrote:

> I use IE 6 with Win XP SP2. On some sites, I see a small rectangle box
> that says "This page cannot be
> displayed" , side by side with other images & text. Right clicking on the
> box, & then Properties, I see the box's URL as:
> res://C:\WINDOWS\system32\shdoclc.dll/pagerror.gif
>
> This problem seem intermittent or random. Because when I exited IE 6,
> reload IE & surfed to that site, the box is gone, with a perfect image
> there.
>
> I googled and found that shdoclc.dll refers to Shell Document Object &
> Control Library which stores menus, dialog boxes, etc. I also found a
> site (http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?shdoclc) that offers
> downloads for an updated shdoclc. I downloaded that file but dare not
> installed it, as I was told
> not to mess around with System level files.
>
> Grateful for your advice if there are less invasive surgery to resolve this
> intermittent
> problem. Many thks
>
>
>
>
 
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