Wednesday, January 24, 2007

[blogproblems again] the last of the hair disappearing

Dearest readers and fellow-bloggers – my computer has several problems.

For a start, the dialogue box says an MSVCR71.dll is missing, whatever that means. When I try to access your site by clicking on the sidebar link, another box appears and says some other element is missing, something connected with ‘language’.

I simply can’t get into your site.

I had seven goes trying to leave a comment on Notsaussure earlier and halfway through accessing two other sites, the IE6 just dropped out completely. In trying to access the mail.com e-mail, the computer just shuts down completely, then reboots. When I try to access my ‘manage posts’, it asks me to sign in every time and then asks me which way I’d like to sign in and then says an engineer has been called to talk to Blogger when I can’t reach the dashboard.

I have no knowledge how to fix these problems. I’m going to try to visit you and comment again now, after work but if it does the same, that’s it for the evening, I’m afraid, dear friends.

Bed will beckon.

7 comments:

The Morningstar said...

You could try upgrading to IE7 or going over to firefox, you may have to re install windows as a repair.

Ellee said...

I use Firefox, it's excellent. And what about WordPress?

james higham said...

Thanks for the advice. I'll have to act soon. It's started again a few minutes ago.

ThunderDragon said...

Definitely upgrade to Firefox. It is a FAR superior browser, and is both faster to load and generally works better.

It might also be a good idea to ensure that you have scanned your computer for viruses and spyware.

I hope it all gets fixed soon!

Gracchi said...

Firefox is great- I have mates who swear by Opera which I hear is good too so might be an alternative. Is this the problem you were having commenting over at my site?

Not Saussure said...

A quick search on google suggests that this is probably a registry error. You may be able to fix it by downloading and running something to check and repair registry errors (or you may need to reinstall Windows, but let's hope not); in the meantime, I'd my voice to the chorus of 'Try Firefox!'.

james higham said...

Thank you so much, gentlemen. Firefox seems to be worth checking out.