Repeated pop-up res://ieframe.dll

Posted on 2010-04-06
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Last Modified: 2013-12-18
When browsing Amazon's and other websites, every time I change page I get a pop-up saying the site is trying to open a trusted site "res://ieframe.dll". If I click OK it repeats, usually twice, before moving to the new page. It does it every time.

How can I stop this happening? I'm using IE8.0

Sorry, not Lotus Notes, this Zone got added by default, and I can't remove it now.
Question by:StuartOrd

Accepted Solution

Sector5 earned 2000 total points
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Hi StuartOrd,

Open Control Panel-Internet Options-Security tab-Trusted Sites-Custom Level button. Scroll down and "enable" or "disable" the setting below. (Disable is safer.)

"Web sites in less privileged Web content zones can navigate into this zone"

Click on OK, "apply", then OK, etc.

Hope this helps.

Author Comment

ID: 29989101
Thanks, that has done the trick!

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