Windows XP can be preinstalled with browsers like Internet Explorer. It is the default Microsoft browser. However, we may see that the browser module in Windows gets damaged. Once that happens IE will fail to work. We will have to download and install other browsers. But Windows XP will fail to support browser installation until the file is repaired. The same corrupted browser file can cause some other issues.
Often we require to open docx files on Internet Explorer. But we might see that we have to save the file before opening it. However, the file keeps failing to download. This can happen if the Windows browser file is damaged. We will be left asking how to open docx file in IE browser. To do that we have to understand why it keeps failing to download. We need to change the browser file.
How do we create an 'Upload File Browser' in a MS Office Access 2003 form? This is another question that some of us have asked. This can help us to upload more than one file in a sequential manner. But we may see that our attempts to create it, keep failing. This might be happening because the browser file is damaged. Windows XP fails to support the browser dll file. Thus it is failing to load.
We can fix these issues by downloading and installing a new copy of the browser module. A browser.dll fixing software is best tool to do that. The same software can fix another issue for us.
Internet Explorer 9 is often the default browser on many of our Windows 7 running PCs. We may see that we are asked to update the browser on starting it. But the update keeps failing. The question is how to update the browser. The update is failing because the browser file is damaged. Installing a new file can fix the problem.