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Old 07-14-2013, 08:17 AM
 
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You can't uninstall IE, it's integral to the OS. You can uninstall newer versions than what your OS shipped with, but you can't uninstall it altogether.
Thanks, you're right Dave. Then I would try to replace my existing copy this way...

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If you're running Windows Vista or Windows 7 on your computer, you can install Windows Internet Explorer 9 to replace your existing version of Internet Explorer.

How do I install or uninstall Internet Explorer 9?
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Old 02-16-2014, 05:07 PM
 
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The "Windows Host Process (Rundll32) Has Stopped Working" error is an error that is common to Windows Vista.

How to Fix Windows When Host Process Rundll32 Has Stopped Working | eHow
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None of those solutions worked. Not only is this annoying but it even prevents me opening IE many times. Ugh! Will keep trying for solution.
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I would give this suggestion a try and see if you can find "which application is running the rundll32.exe file." Follow his simple instructions for doing it under Windows Vista/7. He tells you what to do if you find the program/issue and what to do next if you don't. Seems easy enough to try.

How to Fix the Rundll32.exe Error
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You didn't look very hard. This was the first link in a Google search for your message.

Windows Host process (Rundll32) has stopped working - Microsoft Community
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I would download the Mozilla Firefox browser.

Next, I would uninstall Internet Explorer.

Finally, I would start Firefox browser and download and reinstall Internet Explorer.
...............Were there any solutions from above? I'm trying to get a computer to "end task" for Rundll32 on a Vista machine. Explorer keeps stopping and starting and then the Rundll32 is closed message. Endless loop. When the task is ended, it is removed from the window but then re-populates itself.
Safe mode or safe with networking is all that allows normal usage.

Any help here?
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