X The procedure entry point CoInternetGetSession could not be located in the dynamic link library urlmon.dll.

this is the exact error I receive when installing Ie6 and Sp1.

aston shell, coolmon, mirc were the last few programs i installed

System

Microsoft Windows XP
Proffesional
Version 2002

Running Intel pentium 3 1ghz

i'm in the process of downloading spyware as i read somewhere that running this may fix the error but i'm not sure.

has anyone got any other ideas?

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X The procedure entry point CoInternetGetSession could not be located in the dynamic link library urlmon.dll.

this is the exact error I receive when installing Ie6 and Sp1.

aston shell, coolmon, mirc were the last few programs i installed

System

Microsoft Windows XP
Proffesional
Version 2002

Running Intel pentium 3 1ghz

i'm in the process of downloading spyware as i read somewhere that running this may fix the error but i'm not sure.

has anyone got any other ideas?

I also have not been able to fix the problem and am tired of Microsofts bugs.
I am now using a new browser, "Firefox". It has great features and I am not getting any of Mircrosofts error messages. Try it.

Norman shifmman
nshifman150@yahoo.ca

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