Fix Iexplore Exe – Tips For Fixing Iexplore.exe Problems

Some Microsoft Windows users receive Internet Explorer stack hash errors similar to this example below. I have included some potential fixes to get you back surfing the internet with Internet Explorer.

Here is an example Microsoft Windows stack hash error:

Problem signature: a. Problem Event Name: APPCRASH b. Application Name: iexplore.exe c. Application Version: 8.0.6001.18865 d. Application Timestamp: 4b077416 e. Fault Module Name: StackHash_08b5 f. Fault Module Version: 6.0.6002.18005 g. Fault Module Timestamp: 49e03821 h. Exception Code: c0000374 i. Exception Offset: 000afaf8 j. OS Version: 6.0.6002.2.2.0.256.6 k. Locale ID: 7177 l. Additional Information 1: 08b5 m. Additional Information 2: 0e765f55dc2578acbcf3f43566e3d33a n. Additional Information 3: 7afd o. Additional Information 4: 16a80accbd37d302131b7d052cf14a43

You can try to reset your Internet Explorer settings. Click on “Start” then type “inetcpl.cpl” into a “Start Search” box and then press ENTER. An “Internet Options” dialog box will appear then click an “Advanced” tab.

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Under “Reset Internet Explorer Settings” click on Reset then click on Reset again. Click on close in a “Reset Internet Explorer Settings” dialog box when Internet Explorer finishes resetting. Open up Internet Explorer again and hopefully those errors will disappear.

Another fix is to boot your computer into safe mode with networking by keep tapping your F8 key, after a BIOS screen flashes and before Microsoft windows tries to boot and then selecting “Safe mode with Networking”. Once in safe mode with networking please download and install SuperAntiSpyware to get rid malware. Please run a scan for malware, spyware, and adaware with that program.

Reboot that computer in normal mode and hopefully Internet Explorer will work again. Also, you could perform a system restore. Restore your computer back to before you were having problems surfing the Internet and receiving those has errors.

You will want to pick a date back to when your Internet surfing was not so chaotic. This might be a quicker option then trying to run scans to detect for malware, spyware, viruses, etc.