Fix: Explorer.exe Error Class Not Registered

Originally published at: Fix: Explorer.exe Error Class Not Registered

Many users came across the problem where they were unable to launch various applications that have ties to explorer.exe such as Outlook, Edge, Internet Explorer, Windows Explorer, and even the Start Menu. Class Not Registered error in explorer.exe The error usually occurs when the system files of ‘explorer.exe’ are corrupt or there is some wrong…

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After completing DISM scans, I used SFC /scannow. It worked! Ran it twice to be sure all errors were caught. My computer’s problem appears to have been corrected.

Run a DISM scan, i think there might be some drive failures on your computer.

Yes, that’s how I do it. Here is the error (I just tried again):

The module “ExplorerFrame.dll” was loaded but the
entry-point DllRegisterServer was not found.

Make sure that “ExplorerFrame.dll” is a valid DLL or OCX file
and then try again.

The file is 2,095,104 bytes. I don’t know how to check it for validity.

Execute the following command with admin privileges

Open the Command prompt as administrator and execute this command:
“regsvr32 ExplorerFrame.dll”

Does Not Work :frowning: