The ieframe.dll (Internet Explorer Frame) is a file used by Internet Explorer, and is used to translate HTML code into viewable web pages. The file is an integral part of the Internet Explorer application, and is used continually whenever you browse the Internet. Not many people know this, but web pages are all designed with “HTML” (hypertext markup language), which is then translated into viewable web pages when you view the Internet. This IEFrame.dll file is used to convert the HTML code to the pages you see on screen, however it can often be damaged or corrupted – preventing your PC from being able to read it.
What Causes The IEframe.dll Errors?
The errors which IEFrame.dll causes include the likes of:
- ieframe.dll cannot be found
- This application failed to start because ieframe.dll could not be found. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem
- ieframe.dll is missing
- ieframe.dll is corrupt
The error you’re seeing will basically be caused by the way in which your system will be attempting to read the file. It will often be the case that your PC will actually damage or corrupt the file (preventing it from loading up correctly), or that your system will somehow have damaged the Internet Explorer application. Here’s how to fix the ieframe.dll error you’re seeing: