When you use Internet Explorer 6 Service Pack 1 (SP1) to
connect to a Web site, you may experience either of the following symptoms:
- Content (such as images) is not updated, as specified by
the Web site.
- Internet Explorer unexpectedly quits or you receive the
following error message:
you want to see the data contained in the error report, click click
here at the bottom of the message box. You receive error signature
information that may be similar to the following:
Internet Explorer has encountered
a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
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This problem may occur if the Web site uses the post-check directive
in an HTTP header to perform a lazy update
of content on the Web page that you are viewing. For example,
this problem may occur if the Web site uses the following custom HTTP header:
If the site administrator removes this custom HTTP header, the problem
does not occur.
For an update that resolves this problem, see Microsoft Knowledge
Base article 834707.
Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer
Date Time Version Size File name
14-Jan-2003 14:13 6.0.2800.1159 585,728 Wininet.dll
has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed
in the "Applies to" section.
is a cache-control directive that is included with the HTTP
Expires header. Web sites use the HTTP Expires header to control how Internet
Explorer caches content on the Web site. Post-check defines a time interval (in
seconds) after which an object must be checked for "freshness." This check
allows Internet Explorer to display the content from its cache or in the
Temporary Internet Files folder, and then update the cached copy of the content
in the background (lazy update).