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From: Eddie C on 11/11/2002
Please help. Everytime I boot up my computer running MS WIN98se, I get this error. invalid page fault in module shdoc401.dll at 017f:50008232. If I don't close out the error. I still have some control of PC, but if I close out the error, I have no control at all and must shut the power button.

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From: Shailesh on 08/11/2005
EXPLORER caused an invalid page fault in
module SHDOC401.DLL at 0167:5001f406.
EAX=656c6946 CS=0167 EIP=5001f406 EFLGS=00010286
EBX=00000000 SS=016f ESP=0059eaf8 EBP=656d614e
ECX=0059ef24 DS=016f ESI=bff772f8 FS=683f
EDX=e0a746a0 ES=016f EDI=80000000 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
ff 75 08 ff 15 f8 12 00 50 8d 45 a4 6a 42 50 89
Stack dump:
00000800 00000000 004515a0 00000134 00007800 00000000 000000cc 8193abc6 8193ab00 0000005c 8192a2a0 bff713e2 00000167 e7ffffff 00000000 00000000

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From: Roger on 12/17/2003
Lösung für Absturzmeldung mit shdoc401.dll

In der Registry unter Hkey Classes Root stehen die Dateinamenerweiterungen beginnend mit einem Punkt, z.B.
der letzte Eintrag ist meist .ZIP
Die Liste durchschauen-wenn sich extrem lange Einträge finden (mehr als etwa 20 Zeichen, meist deutlich zu sehen, weil weit darüber), diese Löschen, dann stürzt die DLL nämlich ab.
Rechner neu Starten, voila, Problem gelöst

Roger Pfaff
(In English: delete abnormal long file name extensions (more than 20 Characters) in Registry under Hkey Classes Root, these begin with a DOT e.g. .avi .zip)


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From: Edward on 11/30/2002
I to have the same problem as you do a friend downloaded IE 6 sp1 and now i have to do an extraction of all his important files and format the hard drive. WTG Bill Gates you finally managed to screw alot of people over with your new internet explorer 6...

Maybe everyone should send the cost of repairs to Bill Gates maybe next time he wont screw up....

thanks all for your help


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From: Computerpilot on 11/13/2002

You have a corrupt/outdated/missing shdoc401.dll file. Use the Internet Explorer Repair Tool to fix the file or reintall it.

To use the Internet Explorer Repair tool:

Click Start , point to Settings , click Control Panel , and then
double-click Add/Remove Programs .
On the Install/Uninstall tab, click Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 , click
Add/Remove , click Repair the current installation of Internet Explorer ,
and then click OK .

If the Internet Explorer Repair tool detects an error, you may receive an
error message that is similar to the following error message:
Internet Explorer 5 cannot be repaired. Please reinstall Internet Explorer
If you click Details , you may receive an explanation for the problem. For
example, you may receive any of the following explanations:
Internet Explorer 5 cannot be repaired due to the following errors:
File file_name is missing.
Internet Explorer 5 cannot be repaired due to the following errors:
Version 4.72.3110.0 of file file_name exists but needs to be greater than
To resolve either of the problems that are associated with these error
messages, it is recommended that you reinstall Internet Explorer 5.x

NOTE : The result of the repair process is logged in the "Fix IE Log.txt"
file that is located in the Windows folder.
The Internet Explorer Repair tool repair process may vary slightly,
depending on the operating system that you are using.

If all else fails, remove Internet Explorer from your computer, find the shdoc401.dll file (I think it is in the Shell32 directory), and delete it before reinstalling or upgrading your version.

Hope this helps...



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From: Eddie C on 11/12/2002
Additional Info: I forgot to mention that it also happens in Safe mode. I also tried to do an overlay re-install to no avail in addition to rolling back the registry. I too am stumped, but thanks for the input Bob.

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From: Bob on 11/12/2002
Just found this link. Didn't work for my client, but it might for you.

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From: Bob on 11/12/2002
No fix to offer, but I have a client with exactly the same issue. Installed IE6 (over 5.5) yesterday. Happens in Safe Mode. Not fixed by overlay install of Windows. Not fixed by installing IE6 from CD! Not fixed by roll-back of Registry. I am stumped!

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