Puzzling error message

Puzzling error message

I get "ordinal 701 not found in dynamic link library" in iertutil.dll

This comes up when I try to access the Fortran Help from Visual Studio.

Apparently it has to do with opening a Web site, because I also see that

when I open the Web browser (IE or Chrome).

Also when opening a new tab in a browser.

So far, I have not been able

to find anyone who can explain this.

I tried putting this question to the Windows forums, but then I get 15 Spam messages

so I have no way of knowing who can actually answer this question.

Have any of you ever seen this? I upgraded Windows 7, but that had no effect.

Maybe I can access Fortran Help without using the Internet, if I can download all the info to my

computer. For security reasons, mayb it would be better not to have the Internet staring at me

when I am doing program development.

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From what I can see, some people are seeing this message after an update to IE10. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie7_6-windows_other/ordinal-574-and-575-could-not-be-located-in-the/ddc6950d-7e89-42fc-bb31-10e49dd46475 has a suggested fix.

Steve - Intel Developer Support

Ordinal 701 refers probably to some exported function in iertutil.dll(functions are referenced either by name or by ordinal number).

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