Internet Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close Pdm.dll error message

Internet Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close Pdm.dll error message

How to Fix Error message Pdm.dll

Tech Advise:1

 This resolution requires you either to disable script debugging or to update the Pdm.dll file.
 Please do the following steps to disable script debugging in Internet Explorer
 Click On Start Menu >> Internet Explorer.
 On the Tools menu click Internet Options.
 On the Advanced tab under the Browsing section
 Click to select the Disable script debugging Internet Explorer check box and the Disable script debugging Other
 Check box if it is present.
 Click OK & then restart your computer.

Tech Advise:2

 Click On start Menu >> Control Panel & then Double Click Network and Internet
 Connections >> Double click Internet Options on the IE Properties window
 you will see these Options
 General > Security > Privacy > Content > Connections > Programs > Advanced .
 Click on General Tab  and you will see a Button called
 Clear History  click on it to clear your History caches then click on
 Delete Files to delete Internet Files created over the time click on [
 Delete Cookies to delete your cookies left by visiting websites.
 Click on Security Tab then on Custom level Button on the security settings
 Scroll down under Miscellaneous Option and check this radio Button & Miscellaneous
 Allow scripting of internet Explorer webbrowser control
 Disable check this Enable
 Click OK to close the Security settings and back on the IE window Properties.
 Click on Advanced Tab then scroll under Browsing and uncheck these boxes & Browsing
 Disable script Debugging (internet Explorer)
 Disable Script Debugging (Other)
 Enable Third-Party browser extensions (Req Rest)
 Show Friendly URLs
 Click OK to close the IE window and out try the site and see if you get the error message again.
 Scan for malwares on your computer and try these DLLs

Open a run command and type in:

 regsvr32 jscript.dll
 regsvr32 Cryptdlg.dll
 regsvr32 Shdocvw.dll
 regsvr32 gpkcsp.dll

Reboot your computer and see if there is any success.

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