When a retrieval error occurs on a website, ie:
//ieframe.dll/acr_error.htm appears in front of the address bar and there is such an indication:
Internet Explorer has stopped repairing this site. It turns out that there is still a problem with the site.
How do I know if Internet Explorer has stopped repairing a website? Below is a summary of the 7 methods. If you do not know why you can try it one by one. There is always a way to help you solve the problem effectively.
Uninstall Microsoft VM (Java Virtual Machine)
Drag the scroll bar to find Advanced Microsoft Java VM in Tools “Ie → Internet Options”. If you have a Microsoft VM, it gets installed.
- Press Windon logo key + R, type RunDll32 advpack.dll, LaunchINFSection java.inf, UnInstall, press Enter, and select “Yes” in the pop-up dialog box.
- After restarting, open the C: / Windows folder, delete the Java folder, the C: /Windows/inf/java.pnf file, and the jview.exe and wjview.exe files in C : / Windows / system32 /.
Method 2: enter the registry to delete
Press Windons logo key + R, type regedit, press Enter to open the Registry Editor.
Locate HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft, delete the Java VM.
Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Internet Explorer/AdvancedOptions, delete JAVA_VM.
VII, Upgrade or reinstall
If you have tried the above methods, the website repair error (Res ieframe dll acr_error htm) is still not resolved, you can download a higher version of IE to install or uninstall. If you are still having problems after reinstalling it, first move the Internet Explorer folder to another disk in the C: \ Program Files folder, and then install it so that the original containing the newly installed Internet Explorer Files can be paused.
In addition, you can go to a different browser, preferably with a different kernel, such as Firefox, Chrome (Google), Safari (Apple), etc.