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How to fix Internet Explorer Crash due to iertutil.dll on Windows PC

How to fix Internet Explorer Crash due to iertutil.dll on Windows PC

How to fix Internet Explorer Crash due to iertutil.dll on Windows PC – Microsoft had released Edge which is based on UWP platform as a replacement for older Internet Explorer. In the meantime, many modern & faster browsers came in the market. The new one proved more reliable than Internet Explorer. Very few organization is continuing the older Internet explorer. Users of these organization are prone to no of issues existing in Internet Explorer. In this article we will fix a new issue related to Internet Explorer due to iertutil.dll file.

How to fix Internet Explorer Crash due to iertutil.dll on Windows PC

The iertutil.dll file causes Internet Explorer to Crash. The iertutil.dll file hits the IE Run Time Utility Library normal execution. We can check that iertutil.dll file is creating the issue or not. Just type Reliability History in the search bar and click it. There you see an incident which verifies that iertutil.dll is creating the issue.

Procedure to Fix Internet Explorer Crash due to iertutil.dll on Windows PC

  • Perform Uninstallation and then reinstallation of IE using Window Features.

Go to Start button and Search for Control Panel. Then click on Uninstall a Program provided under the Program menu. Under the dialog box search for Internet Explorer 11 and just uncheck it. Click on Ok. Then system will automatically reboot and uninstall the Internet Explorer 11. Again, open the box and select Internet Explorer 11 and reboot to reinstall it.

  • Perform DISM

Open Command Prompt window with admin privilege and execute the following command.

“fsutil resource setautoreset true c:\&fsutil usn deletejournal /d /n c:&Dism.exe /online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup&&sfc /scannow&Dism.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth&sfc /scannow&Dism.exe /Online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup /ResetBase&pause”

Once the process is completed, again execute the command to run a System File Checker.

Sfc/ scannow

After execution restart the PC to check if problem is solved.

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