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Internet explore When I go to use internet explore it opens than closes right way. I also got an error-IEXPLORE.EXE-Application error 0x040elfff referenced memory at 0x040e2000. The memory could not be "read"

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The error is in regards to the install application for the search engine. what i wan't you you to do forst is click on your start tab. then right click the browser tab. then click the properties tab. click the delete tab on your browsing history. click the delete all tab.it will pop a small window click the box that says delete add ons and click the yes tab. a window will pop up showing the deletions when that is done close the window.click your start tab and click on control panel options. click the network connection tab then right click on the network you use. then click on the repair tab. when that's done restart the computer.once it is rebooted click start and the browser tab and you should be allright. I believe that the virtual memory of your temporary files is full. please rate this solution thanks

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