You can add this: Internet Explorer HTML Viewer (Not sure on a technical level, but this isnt 'Internet explorer' itself, from features list)
Thanks Clanger, I was testing all you advice..fsalazar
Internet Explorer is in Components - Network.
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Internet Explorer engine - Includes HTML and Java Scripting IE engine
Internet Explorer engine (32bit) - Includes HTML and Java Scripting IE engine
These are the Internet Explorer Engine, the heart of IE if you like and the components other programs rely on.
The Internet Explorer engine contains 4 files(on a 64bit os) that are needed by Windows Explorer(Explorer) to browse your computer, they are
ieproxy.dll(64bit) and its mui file and
ieproxy.dll(32bit) and its mui file.
If you remove those then Explorer will always open a new window when you are browsing your pc.
Because NTLite has greater control with removals compared to dism package removals we can remove IE completely and NTLite will keep those 4 files for Explorer to function as normal.
Internet Explorer - Contains the Internet Explorer frontend (UI) only and
Internet Explorer (32bit) - Contains the Internet Explorer frontend (UI) only
are basically the web browser UI part of IE(in total) and can be removed. If you remove the UI frontend then you wont need Adobe Flash(a well known sercurity vulnerability) and possibly both ActiveX bits because they are used by the UI part only if i am correct.
The UI frontend can either be removed or disabled in NTLite Features
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or on an installed system in Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Programs and Features - Turn Windows Features on or off.
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Disabling Internet Explorer here basically removes the UI browser part and not the full IE Engine.
Thank you very much Clanger, all working ok, enabling IE solved many problems!
Thanks Clanger , there is more things "discovered" and I saw a post from you Nvidia Drivers that may help...CSCAPI.DLL - Offline Files Win32 API
INETCOMM.DLL - Microsoft Internet Messaging API Resources
NDFAPI.DLL - MUI ("Multilingual User Interface") files
PRINTUI.DLL - printui.dll is the executable file that contains the functions used by the printer configuration dialog boxes.
SCECLI.DLL - Windows Security Configuration Editor Client Engine.
VAULTCLI.DLL - Credential Vault Client Library.
WERUI.DLL = Windows Error Reporting UI DLL.
See Here for dll information. Some dll's dont need to be registered.
A wild guess, on a 64bit OS you have 64 and 32bit versions of somefiles ans they in turn may have a related mui file, ie - WERUIDLL.mui, so i reckon you didnt protect 64 and 32bit versions annd their mui files. I reckon thats why DW is complaing about NDFAPI.DLL - MUI ("Multilingual User Interface") files and PRINTUI.DLL
Sorry i cant be more help, i had to goggle that lot, hope it helps. This is a quick hit and run im afraid.
Use a good file search tool, Everything by VoidTools, its faster than windows own search utility.
If your program is 64bit then it will probably only need thr 64bit files, 32bit the 32bit flies, Ive never gone down to testing individual flies, just components.
It may help other users to know what that program is.
Adding "nvidia driver setup installer" (compatibility) didn't work...Thanks Clanger , there is more things "discovered" and I saw a post from you Nvidia Drivers that may help...
this is what I found, the software I am having problems runs very well using the Nvidia 378.XX series driver, after that (379 and ahead... to 416) the software stops working, those needed DLLs (reported by DW) are missing when I install the 378 driver and when I install the 416 driver, so the DLLs are not my problem
Do you think adding "nvidia driver setup installer" compatibility will help? anyway, what does it exactly does?... I am making an iso to try this, but your help is always welcome
I'll check the new names as some components are renamed in late weeks, HTML viewer is needed by many programs.You can add this: Internet Explorer HTML Viewer (Not sure on a technical level, but this isnt 'Internet explorer' itself, from features list)
Once removed, Nvidia installer crashes on 'Agree and continue' and the Nvidia log mentions an error in a .cpp file about HTML.
Many "browsers" that needs IE Engine are another 'IE ui'.