Question about Microsoft Internet Explorer 7
First off check and make sure all your settings in your browser are set to default. If that doesn't resolve the issue than go to your control panel to your add and remove programs. Check the "show updates" box. Starting with the last one first, remove IE updates. After each removing restart your pc and try surfing again.
When it stops crashing don't install that update. Another long shot is to click on removal of IE7 which will bring up a repair IE option. Finally, uninstall and re install. The process of elimation is all you have without us knowing more details. (PC brand, age, OS version, 3rd party software, harware configuration, etc)
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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