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I logged in today and noticed a file on my desktop called C__Users_Daniel_AppData_Local_Microsoft_Windows_Temporary_Internet_Files_Content.IE5_FWKWAQ0E_CACTGUTQ.htm.

It contained the following:

*** Code Download Log entry (30 May 2008 @ 16:58:30) ***
Code Download Error: (hr = 8007007e) The specified module could not be found.

Operation failed. Detailed Information:
CodeBase:
CLSID: {619AFAEF-551C-46B6-B9EF-F6D674D14E5A}
Extension:
Type:

LOG: Reporting Code Download Completion: (hr:8007007e (FAILED), CLASSID: 619afaef..., szCODE:((null)), MainType:(null), MainExt:(null))
--- Detailed Error Log Follows ---
LOG: Download OnStopBinding called (hrStatus = 800c0007 / hrResponseHdr = 8007007e).
LOG: Redundant download attempted, but no more codebases available.
LOG: URL Download Complete: hrStatus:800c0007, hrOSB:0, hrResponseHdr:8007007e, URL:(http://activex.microsoft.com/objects/ocget.dll)
LOG: Download OnStopBinding called (hrStatus = 800c0007 / hrResponseHdr = 8007007e).
LOG: Redundant download attempted, but no more codebases available.
LOG: URL Download Complete: hrStatus:800c0007, hrOSB:0, hrResponseHdr:8007007e, URL:(http://activex.microsoft.com/objects/ocget.dll)
LOG: Reporting Code Download Completion: (hr:8007007e (FAILED), CLASSID: 619afaef..., szCODE:((null)), MainType:(null), MainExt:(null))
Seeing as I didn't download anything today, i'm guessing something was trying to update automatically but failed?

I googled it and some results having to do with Windows Media Player came up.
 

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Hi Slapshot. . .

Welcome back to TSF.

Do a find using REGEDIT for the CLSID {619AFAEF-551C-46B6-B9EF-F6D674D14E5A}. What are the results?

Also, check to see if you have the following:

C:\Program Files\There\ThereRepository\{619AFAEF-551C-46B6-B9Ef-F6D674D14E5A}\ThereInstallHelper.dll

This could be a linksys update gone bad - I just am not sure at this time.

Also, please run msinfo32 from an elevated command prompt - zip it up and attach to your next post - it is system information.

If you need any further instructions on the above - please let me know.

Regards. . .

jcgriff2
 

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Hey slapshot

This issue relates to an old .dll file from Internet Explorer, usually IE5

ocget.dll

Unfortunatley it looks like Microsoft have issued this .dll file and then retracted it, Internet Explorer still thinks it is needed and keeps trying to get the ocget.dll

To resolve it,

1. Delete the file from your dekstop first of all

2. Click the Start button, select Run and type Regedit, click Ok

3. Navigate to

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings

4. On the right hand side double click CodeBaseSearchPath

5. Delete the value so it is blank and select Ok and reboot

6. Internet Explorer will stop looking for the .dll

Regards




Craig
 

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Not a problem

Thankfully this is one of those procedures that doesn't affect anything else :grin:
I always try these procedures myself before posting, i can tell you it has no adverse effects :wave:

Regards




Craig
 
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