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From: Sophie on 09/10/2003
I am using a Dell 7500 laptop with Win98SE. I am getting the following error message as soon as I log on to the internet (both with MS Explorer and Netscape browser) :

EXPLORER caused an exception c06d007eH in module SENS.DLL at 017f:6010857f.
Registers:
EAX=0093ed2c CS=017f EIP=6010857f EFLGS=00000246
EBX=00000000 SS=0187 ESP=0093ecf0 EBP=0093ed20
ECX=c17a7a10 DS=0187 ESI=60101320 FS=38ff
EDX=81730988 ES=0187 EDI=00000000 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
8b 45 f8 e9 dc 8c ff ff 6a 08 6a 40 ff 15 3c 10
Stack dump:
0093ed48 00000d74 0093ff58 00000024 60101320 6010a054 60103210 00000001
6010868a 00000000 00000000 00000485 0093fad0 60102a94 00000010 0093ecfc

I have tried using SFC to extract the sens.dll or wsock32.dll files but this does do anything to fix the problem.

Could somebody please give me some detailed information on how/where to check if my internet/network connections are properly set ? Does anyone have any other suggestions ?

PS Virus scans do not show any viruses (ie. Matrix virus) - so much for Microsoft's solution Knowledgebase

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From: matthew on 05/29/2005
nevermind, it just crashed again! man this is frustrating. Mike, how do you go about removing it from the Network Neighborhood?
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From: matthew on 05/28/2005
I was having this, found another site that had the solution:
http://www.mcse.ms/message1525354.html
update windows' dial-up networking to 1.4 and it fixed it for me :)
update: http://support.earthlink.net/mu/1/psc/img/walkthroughs/windows_9x_nt/dialers/dun_1.2/1768.psc.html
worked for me :)
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From: Mike on 12/09/2003
EXPLORER caused an exception c06d007eH in module SENS.DLL at 017f:6010857f.

Explorer And Sens.dll Problem.
The Solution Appears to Be Remove Tcp/IP From Your Network Neighborhood.
Re-start Your Computer And Then Add The Microsoft Client TCP/IP. The Problem Appears To Be Caused By A Corrupt Wsock32 file. Removing And Re-Installing TCP/IP Cured The Problem For Me.
Good Luck!!

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From: Niall on 12/08/2003
i'm having a simmilar problem to stop the error messages iopened regedit.exe, type regedit in the run box. then went to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Webcheck in the right pane the following values should be set to auto:
  LoadLCE
  LoadSens
if not select one, go to edit and choose string, type auto then click Ok to the same for the other.
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From: BILL on 12/04/2003
I am having the same problem, tried the suggestions, but no help,

BILL

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From: noel on 09/26/2003
1st, any or all of these files may be corrupted, so I always recommend that you rename the old one and extract new non-corrupted files to the directories shown;
RNAAPP.EXE Module Dependency List
ADVAPI32.DLL c:\windows\system\
GDI32.DLL c:\windows\system\
KERNEL32.DLL c:\windows\system\
MPR.DLL c:\windows\system\
MSPWL32.DLL c:\windows\system\
MSVCRT20.DLL c:\windows\system\
NETAPI32.DLL c:\windows\system\
NETBIOS.DLL c:\windows\system\
RASAPI32.DLL c:\windows\system\
RNAAPP.EXE c:\windows\system\
SECUR32.DLL c:\windows\system\
SVRAPI.DLL c:\windows\system\
TAPI32.DLL c:\windows\system\
UMDM32.DLL c:\windows\system\
USER32.DLL c:\windows\system\

start in safe mode,........ delete dial up networking, modems,tcp/ip and all temp internet files........restart and re-install everything again...

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From: noel on 09/26/2003
Well, I get the same error but not immediately, as you do. my internet connection (ISDN) stops receiving from my service provider at random intervals, from 11 minutes to 2 hours...very frustrating..


I have yet still to find a fix for this problem..........let me know if you find one

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From: Dee on 09/24/2003
Do this on the run command using a bootdisk.

extract /a precopy1.cab wsock32.dll /L c:\windows\system

This should refresh the wsock32.dll in your system and resolve the issue. Tell me if it works!

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From: Jack on 09/19/2003
I am having the same problem and tried the same solution---but no help

Anyone have any suggestions?

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