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Internet Explorer problem notice

Screen notice: Internet explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close.
Persistent.

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  • pbuet Sep 18, 2008

    Excellent service.

    Learnt a lot and problem solved.

    Tahnk you

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There are a few ways for you to fix this. First check windows for any updates. There may be a fix in windows update service. If there is not than uninstall Internet Explorer from within Add/Remove programs if it is listed. (It may not be). (Copy your favorites folder to a floppy disk or CD-R/RW disk).
Run windows system restore back to a point internet explorer did work.
Check Microsoft for a possible fix. For XP click on this link;
http://search.microsoft.com/results.aspx?mkt=en-US&setlang=en-US&q=explorer+has+encountered+a+problem+and+needs+to+close
How to uninstall internet explorer, "from microsoft".
http://search.microsoft.com/Results.aspx?qsc0=0&q=how+to+uninstall+internet+explorer&PageType=99&mkt=en-US&FORM=QBME1&l=1
Lastly, if you haven't installed SP3 do so. (SP3 can be uninstalled through control panel).

These are just a few suggestions. Internet explorer does not always include the error message before closing.

Good luck!
Mike

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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Run an antivirus and antispyware program. Then if nothing shows up from that, install the newest IE version. Keep in mind IE really sucks in general and I suggest using Opera or Firefox

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