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Internet options repair

I have lost my internet options. Everything in my control panel work except my internet options. Help!

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What version of internet explorer are you using,because some malicious softwares or virus also delete internet options.

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The problem lies with the IE add-ons that are used with the browser. One of them is corrupted. Open IE and on the tool bar select tools > internet options > program tab and select the "manage add-on " button... (you can also access internet options from control panel).
In the next window there is a drop down box...choose the add-ons that are currently being used in IE and when they come up start with the bottom one and highlight it and choose to disable it.
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Hi, It seems that you might have installed some addons for IE and now you are in the situation. All you need to do it open Internet Options from Control Panel. Then in Advanced tab, click on Reset. Resetting Internet Explorer resets all settings to manufactures' default and in the process you will lose all saved passwords on Internet Explorer and you will have to re-enter them again upon use. Once done, fire-up IE and click on Tools menu > Internet Options and reset IE from Advanced tab once again from here as well. It means you will reset IE two times, first from Control Panel and then from IE window itself. Once done try to use IE and see the result.
However there are few addons available with Mozilla Firefox that resembles IE inside and opens all webpages that requires IE only. Download Coral IE Tab from: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/10909
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If that works and you still want IE8, download the latest version from the MS site and install, since Beta 2 is old. I am currently using RC1 but the RTM version may be available by now.

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1.Click on windows start button
2 In start search type Internet options , open internet options.
In case your are not able to open Internet options follow the follwiing steps
1 click start,go to control panel,
2 click on Network and internet,click on internet options

Once internet options is open, click on the advanced tab,click on Restore advanced settings, and then click on restore,Your homepage might get changed to factory settings, so you might need to set your homepage later.

This should fix issue

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