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Browsers like Mozilla/Opera/Crome/Netscape crashing This issue is common for many using WinOS XP SP3, Vista, Win7 etc as Microsoft has made malicious programming codes in-built into their Explorer that makes other browsers work unstable.... There was a law suit which MS lost on this issue...now they have to allow other browsers to work in tandem....i guess this issue is not there in XP currently as the updates in there are not built to crash other browsers...so try XP...also try not to use Auto update enabled in the Control Panel/Security Ctr (disable it). I guess only a fresh clean install of OS with Auto update disabled can keep the updates from making changes to Mozilla/Opera/Google Crome/Netscape etc browsers...other than IE. Note: Irrespective of which Win OS you are having keep the Auto Update Turned OFF, that way you will have less problems and the machine will be more stable, more often the Auto Update makes unnecessary changes to the OS which is not required at all?the Auto Update is in the Control Panel/Security Center. I have had many issues with Auto updates in the past, after disabling it since 1 year no issues in OS and my machine is more stable than earlier. Keep these Settings in Security Center: Firewall ? ON, Auto Update ? OFF, Virus Protection ? ON and updated

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google crome has crashed how to fix it

Reinstall Chrome. Don't install your current version yourself, let the system handle the reinstall so that it can save your bookmarks and settings.

Try downloading Mozilla Firefox, Opera and Google Chrome.Unlike Internet Explorer they install in less than 5 minutes and they arefaster and safer than Internet Explorer.

Go to www.google.com and in the search box type: "Download MozillaFirefox" (without the quotes). Download and Install Mozilla Firefoxfrom Mozilla's website. Do the same thing for Opera and Google Chrome.

I've put the links of each one below so if you like you can just click on themto go to their site to do the download and install.




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internet explorer not working display message iertu.dll missing

I suggest you need to download the new version of Internet Explorer (No-Add-Ons) and install it right on your PC. Or you can use another fast and secure browsers such as Mozilla, Chrome, Opera, Safari, etc. to access internet.

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uninstal the mozilla and try to instal a fresh updated copy of mozila


otherwise try browsers like opera or netscape.

these browsers are as good as mozilla 

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