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IE 10 Error in Windows 7 64 Bit

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I have tried to install IE10 5 times and get the same error. I used the MS Fixit tool and there is not a problem with my PC. MS is useless in trying to resolve this. The error that I get is shown below, any help would be appreciated.

[img]http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b243/TK-1913/IE10error_zpsc43921ea.png[/img]

The error occurs upon reboot and then IE 10 will not start.

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After a quick search it looks like this is a [s]common problem lot of people have[/s] [edit] i forgot this is neowin so after a quick search it looks like this is a weird problem nobody has but you, microsoft is prefect you are the problem.

Try repairing/re-installing ie10 ;)

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[quote name='LaP' timestamp='1362174958' post='595552416']
After a quick search it looks like this is a [s]common problem lot of people have[/s] [edit] i forgot this is neowin so after a quick search it looks like this is a weird problem nobody has but you, microsoft is prefect you are the problem.

Try repairing/re-installing ie10 ;)
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I did 5 times.

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[quote name='Gary7' timestamp='1362175178' post='595552420']
I did 5 times.
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Well then dunno. When i have a problem with a product by microsoft i usually re-install my last ghost image. It's way faster in 99% of the case lol

I've not found any helpful information but i looked at the first google result page only.

Do a search for : 0xc000007b ie10

You might find the answer to your problem somewhere. But i would not hold my breath ...

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http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie10_rp-windows_7/ie4uinitexe-the-application-was-unable-to-start/c89fb065-55a5-4885-b7a8-761d5b770e1f?msgId=684fe944-f09a-4c77-bc9c-d5e4ed418a3e

Found the above but it does not help. Oh and I did re image my machine.

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There are conflicts with loads of crap on your system. I have Win7 x64, corporate domain-bound, and IE10 x64 installed without a problem. After the requisite reboot, I was able to browse w/o any such errors.

This sort of problem happens when you have too many beta versions of libraries and no proper uninstall cleans it up properly. Your best bet, first find that file then look at its own digital signatures -- it'll point you towards its purpose, then you can research why it is being invoked.

Alternatively, try logging into a different (new?) Windows profile and install IE10 that way, see if the error persists. If it does, then you probably have a very-corrupt Windows install or are majorly infected.

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Well that did not work, it would not even install. I do not use IE so this is not a big deal. I am leaving IE 9 removed. The heck with IE.

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Have you tried an [b]sfc /scannow[/b] ?

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[quote name='Detection' timestamp='1362177463' post='595552454']
Have you tried an [b]sfc /scannow[/b] ?
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Yes and it cane back clean as it that MS Fixit tool

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[quote name='Gary7' timestamp='1362178690' post='595552478']
Yes and it cane back clean as it that MS Fixit tool
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Hmm, with it being so new it might take a while for MS to catch on and release a fix, it might be a compatibility issue with something else installed

or not installed, do you have all windows updates installed? None hidden ?
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Maybe try uninstalling IE 9, to drop back down to IE 8 before trying to install IE10?

Also try the System Update Readiness Tool (it repairs broken updates installed)
[url="http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=20858"]http://www.microsoft...s.aspx?id=20858[/url]
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Yes I think system update readiness tool is must, as the new version of it was released just before IE10.
Best is to make that all Microsoft Updates have been installed prior to upgrading to IE10.
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[quote name='Detection' timestamp='1362187698' post='595552682']
Hmm, with it being so new it might take a while for MS to catch on and release a fix, it might be a compatibility issue with something else installed

or not installed, do you have all windows updates installed? None hidden ?
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Yes I do including KB2670838 which is required for IE `10. It seems that I am not alone with this problem. By searching through Google many users are having the exact same thing. I only wanted IE 10 so I can see how it works. I use Firefox and will continue to do so. But as a tech type person I don't want to get beaten by a piece of software.

[quote name='Jason Stillion' timestamp='1362188571' post='595552702']
Maybe try uninstalling IE 9, to drop back down to IE 8 before trying to install IE10?

Also try the System Update Readiness Tool (it repairs broken updates installed)
[url="http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=20858"]http://www.microsoft...s.aspx?id=20858[/url]
[/quote]

Thanks I will try this next. I did try removing IE 9 and then installing 10 but with the same results.
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Also just remembered about this utility
http://www.tweaking.com/content/page/windows_repair_all_in_one.html

It automates a tone of fixes. It can registered/unregister all of the IE critical files (in addition to doing a lot more).
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looks like you are using a modded theme, reading what other people have said who are having this problem they also have a modded theme.

if its not to much of a pain i would go back to the default one. run sfc /full. restart and see how that goes



[quote name='Jason Stillion' timestamp='1362189288' post='595552726']
Also just remembered about this utility
[url="http://www.tweaking.com/content/page/windows_repair_all_in_one.html"]http://www.tweaking....all_in_one.html[/url]

It automates a tone of fixes. It can registered/unregister all of the IE critical files (in addition to doing a lot more).
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normally i do not like these types of tools but this one works wonders.

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I have a patched theme dlls with custom theme and start button and it installed flawlessly for me

I did end up installing the preview before it was released though

@Gary - Try installing the IE10 preview first if you can find it

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Thanks Detection but I am quite finished with this. I installed the System Update Readiness Tool and it was OK. ( then I tried IE 10 again with the same result) I have been fooling with this for 3 days now. I have had enough. If and when it comes to Windows update, I will try it again from there. Thanks for all of your suggestions. I got more help here than from MS. Thank You! :)
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I see you re imaged but did you try a clean install from a format and using a vanilla install disk? I've heard this issue can be caused by registry errors.

Also, I use a custom theme as well (although I don't have altered files, I use uxstyle which alters them in memory) and IE10 works perfectly so I doubt it's the theming engine that's responsible.
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[quote name='Javik' timestamp='1362191768' post='595552772']
I see you re imaged but did you try a clean install from a format and using a vanilla install disk? I've heard this issue can be caused by registry errors.

Also, I use a custom theme as well (although I don't have altered files, I use uxstyle which alters them in memory) and IE10 works perfectly so I doubt it's the theming engine that's responsible.
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Sorry but I am not going to go through all of that just to see how IE 10 works. I use the same thing that you do for themes. I am a Firefox user and I just wanted to see what IE 10 was like. Like I said , I may try it in the future when it comes to Windows update. Until then If I need to use IE , I still have 9. Thanks though!

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you need to reformat the hard drive and reinstall Windows 7 64-bit then install IE 10 next time. my old windows XP had bad bugs in the past, and it got mess up big time, and reinstall WIndows XP, and it just very clean and better.

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[quote name='gameboy1977' timestamp='1362193163' post='595552804']
you need to reformat the hard drive and reinstall Windows 7 64-bit then install IE 10 next time. my old windows XP had bad bugs in the past, and it got mess up big time, and reinstall WIndows XP, and it just very clean and better.
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I did not have a problem installing IE 9 and like I said I am not about to do a reformat just to get a glimpse of how IE 10 works. I use IE 9 about twice in the last 6 months. It is just not worth the time and effort to me.

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That's fair enough, I only installed it as I like to keep system apps current. I only have to use IE a couple of times a month

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[quote name='Gary7' timestamp='1362192693' post='595552790']
Sorry but I am not going to go through all of that just to see how IE 10 works. I use the same thing that you do for themes. I am a Firefox user and I just wanted to see what IE 10 was like. Like I said , I may try it in the future when it comes to Windows update. Until then If I need to use IE , I still have 9. Thanks though!
[/quote]

tbh I see no difference to IE9, looks a little flatter lol

Firefox here too

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[quote name='Detection' timestamp='1362196378' post='595552874']
tbh I see no difference to IE9, looks a little flatter lol

Firefox here too
[/quote]
Visually they didn't change anything, but the performance is vastly superior.

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