Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Error upon browsing IE

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I don’t know that in which language code IE is written but as I see this error message I think it is written in C++ language.

But that’s not my problem I got this unusual error today when I was exploring some web pages.

After the exploration I closed the IE by task manager and then it gave me this error that this is an unusual way to turn it off.

application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way.

Program: c:Program Files (x86)Internet Exploreriexplore.exe

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way.

Please contact the application’s support team for more information.

Now when ever I open the explorer I receive this error and when I am browsing it repairs and also when I close the browser I receive the same error.

Does anyone know what is the cause of this problem and how it could be resolved.

Can it be resolved by installing new version of IE?

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Best Answer by Edmund Joseph
Answered By 0 points N/A #121586

Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Error upon browsing IE

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Hi Hambres

I have read the issue about your PC problem. The cause can be an improper installation or uninstallation of software, so simply uninstall the running program to see if all the latest updates are installed.

Also runtime library errors can be caused by corrupted windows registry, this can be solved by using an Advanced PC Tweaker tool regularly to enable you handle all C++ Runtime and registry problems automatically.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #121587

Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Error upon browsing IE

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Hi there user:

This error occurred because of your (full workforce) AVG Internet Security Toolbar. You might have a premium version of the AVG Security on your unit.

Disable the AVG Toolbar on your explorer to get rid of this issue. Go to Start > Control Panel >Add or Remove Programs.

Problem solved!

Also you can launch Acrobat separate from the other applications and repair it by way of Repair Acrobat Installation.

Thanks for asking here at techyv.com

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