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immzie





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

I am having a problem with the following website:- www.hi5.com . While trying to visit this website I get the following error

Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm#

 

I am running IE7, I have been able to visit this website since installing IE7, the problem seems to have just occured recently.

 

Can anyone help

 



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RockQc





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

I was getting this problem when opening IE7, no matter what website I tried it would come up with that message. I reset my router( pinhole on back of router) and everything works fine now.
 
 
Wesley Brandi - MSFT





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

Hi,

This seems to be more of a network issue than a specific IE7 problem. Have you tried accessing the site using a different browser or from another machine on your network If this is successful, perhaps you should double check the network settings in IE7:

Tools->Internet Options->Connections->LAN settings

Regards,

Wesley


 
 
Rasta Mon





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

I ran into a similar problem. 

In my case, I was unable to open Compressed Help Modules (.CHM files) with IE7.

I would get "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" and the URL would start with:

 res://ieframe.dll/dnserror . . .

After some heavy lifting, I eventually found the following KB article.  It addresses both types of problems. 

 You cannot open remote content by using the InfoTech protocol after you install security update 896358, security update 840315, or Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1
 
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/896054

In your case, the UrlAllowList registry key should help.

In my case, the MaxAllowedZone key helped.

A key snippet:

  [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\HTMLHelp]
  [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\HTMLHelp\1.x\ItssRestrictions]
  "MaxAllowedZone"=dword:00000001

  [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\HTMLHelp\1.x\ItssRestrictions]
  "UrlAllowList"="
http://www.wingtiptoys.com/;http://www.contoso.com/"

My problem opening CHM (help) files yielded error messages like this:

 Cannot Open the File:

My Event Viewer (Application Error Log) had entries like these:

 Event ID ( 1 ) in Source ( ITSS )
 Event ID ( 1904 ) in Source ( HHCTRL )

In some cases, however, the above fix was not enough.

In those cases, the "unblock" solution described below did the job:

 How to unblock downloaded Compressed Help Modules (.CHM)
 http://pointerx.net/blogs/glozano/archive/2006/04/06/151.aspx

Essentially, CHM files can be unblocked by clicking "Unblock" from the "General" tab in the CHM file's "Properties" window.

For more information, see:

 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/896358

The above link describes security issues involving the InfoTech protocol (A/K/A: ms-its ITS ITSS).


 
 
lrbuck





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

I am having the same problem but can't find out how to fix it. Did anyone reply to you query I would be most appreciative if you could tell me if and how you solved the problem.
 
 
shellmelman





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

Rasta,

you seem like a guy who knows his way around computers. Me however, I'm totally inapt to understand your solution.

I get the same message each time I try to go on the internet with desktop computer, resulting in "The page cannot be displayed". With my laptop, working via the same, wireless, router and also with IE7, I do get to go on the web Also, my e-mail does work and so do Skype and Messenger The problem must be with my desktop. The diagnostics service from my internet provider and on my computer all say the connection is fine. What do I do

Shellmelman


 
 
BIG EGYPTIAN





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

The solution to this stupid error is as stupid as it is


Open your internet explorer then go to TOOLS then INTERNET OPTIONS then SECURITY and then uncheck the ENABLE PROTECTED MODE options then close and open your IE7

and you are welcome.

I think it is a conflict in the stupid IE7 caused by a spyware or virus.

Just someone take it from here and find the cause.

one more thing you are all welcome to EGYPT.


 
 
Trumpy





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

I started notcing this error after I upgraded to IE 7. I do not think it is a network issue, because while the problem occurs, I can ping external sites. Yet I cannot even open up my DLS Modem's admin page. I also cannot use Netscape when this problem occurs. And the solution is always to re-boot my computer.

I think the upgrade to IE 7 may have damaged a certail .dll at the OS level, whatever sits between the Browser and the lower level networking protocols.

Egyptian, I tried your solution, but could not find the "protected mode" option.


 
 
BIG EGYPTIAN





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

dont worry mate firefox browser will work just fine and if you can't see the option in your internet explorer do the following

1- open your IE7

2- when you get the error page click
Diagnose Connection Problems

3- click Turn off

that's it!

for more help go to http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/1744/vista_tcp_cannot_communicate_primary_dns_server


 
 
lrbuck





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

None of the above suggestions worked. It turned out to be a firewall issue. Using ZoneAlarm, I had to allow out going DNS/DCHP in the trusted and internet zone for High settings. After selecting this, I no longer got the ieframe.dll error message in IE7. By the way, until I made this selection, Firefox wouldn't work either.

 
 
BIG EGYPTIAN





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

that is a different story because what you did is that you allowed internet access that was blocked by zonealarm and it comes from bad configurations of zonealarm.

we are talking about internet explorer 7 of windows vista!


 
 
candy_s*mom





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

I am running Windows XP and IE7. When trying to open access the internet I get the error

that you've been discussing: res: ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm

I have tried everything that has been recommended (that applied to my system) and thus far

nothing has worked. I have been told by several IT people that it is a virus or spyware. I had ran numerous virus/spyware scans using my Trend PC-cillin software and have deleted all "suspicious"

items and am still getting the same message.

Any more suggestions


 
 
ACEREPIMP





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

Remember when the problem started. I mean on what date. Then restore your PC to a previous point before the problem occured. That should take care of the problem. It worked for me. In case you don't know how to do this, follow this directions>>>

Click on Start, All programs, Accessories, System Tools, System Restore.

I hope this solves your problem.


 
 
candy_s*mom





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

I thought of that too and thought for sure that would solve the problem, but it won't let me select a restore date previous to a couple of weeks ago and the problem started before that.
 
 
ACEREPIMP





PostPosted: Internet Explorer Web Development, Res://ieframe.dll/dnserror.htm# Top

If you can't restore to a previous point then the only thing I suggest is to wait until someone finds another way. If you really need this done right away then I suggest you back up all your files if you can, and then restore the OS with your restoration Disk. I know that should be the method of last resource, but that would for sure take of the problem.