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Windows 7: Opening IE10

01 Jun 2013   #1

windows 7 home premium 64 bit
Opening IE10

Whenever I open IE10 I receive the following message:

Exception EAccessViolation in module spCapBtn.dll at 0014FB43.
Access violation at address 0662FB43 in module "spCapBtn.dll". Read of address 00000237.

How can I stop this happening?

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01 Jun 2013   #2

Win 10 Pro 64

I fixed it by removing IE 10. I was getting a similiar error. I don't believe that IE 10 is suitable for Windows 7.
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01 Jun 2013   #3

windows 7 home premium 64 bit
Opening IE10

Thanks for your prompt response - it may seem a silly question but how do I remove IE10.
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01 Jun 2013   #4

Win 10 Pro 64

Go to your control panel and open add/remove programs. Then click on show updates. After the appear just remove the one that says IE 10. Then instal this:
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02 Jun 2013   #5

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by hartrob View Post
how do I remove IE10.
Uninstall ie10 see this,
See a video here Uninstall three versions of ie in about three minutes,
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06 Jul 2013   #6

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Perfect answer! Why to search for hairdresser when you can cut the head.

How about the same error in Firefox? Also unusable browser? The next is Opera?
Maybe we should move from Windows to Linux at last?

Guys, don't be silly!

spCapBtn.dll is a Caption button for password manager module used by Sticky Password Manager or Kaspersky Password Manager. No resolve for the error till now. So do not use the mentioned Password managers with IE or Firefox . Easy uh?

P.S. This error exists only in x64 Windows 7!
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