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.dll errors, window update errors, and internet explorer err

by jordan121312 / October 13, 2012 5:21 AM PDT

I have been getting .dll errors and haven't been able to find a way to fix them. Secondly, I have been getting errors when trying to update windows, such as 80070002, 800F0900 and have not been able to fix them, even going through the Microsoft procedure. Thirdly, I was trying to update my internet explorer to 9 but am getting error Code 9C48 and can't seem to fix it.

Do you have any way I can fix these problems?

Thanks

Jordan

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Re: errors
by Kees_B Forum moderator / October 13, 2012 5:46 AM PDT

With so much and such different errors, I'd do a system recovery back to factory conditions from your recovery media or partition.
Be sure you have a backup (a good acccessible backup!) of all your personal data that you don't want to lose..

Kees

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Try using the Fix center From the Microsoft Website
by Mrjoh12 / November 14, 2012 4:17 AM PST

There are tools on the Microsoft Fix it Center for performance security e.t.c for most of their products including Windows should fail.


To go to this Fix it Center type Fix it Center and there will be a link to the Fix it Center in one or more of Links.

Hope this works

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