How to Remove Ieframe.dll
By Thomas King
Dynamic Link Library (DLL) files contain data that can be used by several different programs and applications. Some DLL files are critical to the proper functioning of the Windows operating system. Other DLL files are associated with computer viruses and worms. According to Uniblue Systems, Ieframe.dll belongs to the Windows Internet Explorer program and is not a critical component of the Windows operating system.
Click on the "Start" menu, then click "Run."
Type "cmd" (without the quotation marks) into the open box and click "OK." The Command Prompt window will open.
Type "regsvr32 /u Ieframe.dll" (without the quotation marks) into the Command Prompt and press the "Enter" key.
- If you want to undo the removal, simply type "regsvr32 Ieframe.dll" (without the quotation marks) into the Command Prompt and press the "Enter" key.
Thomas King is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where he served as managing editor of the "Pittsburgh Journal of Environmental and Public Health Law." He currently lives in Aberdeen, Washington where he writes and practices law.