I usually use Firefox but today I used my IE7 and recieved this message: "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage"
The webpage worked fine on Firefox but on IE7 it doesn't, I checked Internet Connection, Proxy and addons. everything seems fine.
Then I looked in Services and found that I have 2 IE7 opened instead of just one. I suspect that I have some kind of Trojan virus that is using my IE is there any viruses out there that can do it? if so how can I remove it?
I just finished cleaning my infected machine and couldn't access the internet. It seems the trojans changed these settings from "Automatically detect settings" to "Use a proxy server for your LAN". Your advice helped me detect this change and I'm back on the internet. Thanks you
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If possible, I would recommend you update your web browser to the latest version possible. IE7 is very problematic and is a very inferior browser. You may also try a different browser such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.
I know what you mean, have the same problem sometimes which is why I use firefox. Have you tried the microsoft support page for IE7 ? Also have you used the microsoft auto updater? Maybe it can help, sorry if it doesn't.
Have you thought about updgrading to internet explorer 8? I personally use firefox now after years of being upset with internet explorer for various reasons, I believe it to be a superior browser to ie. If you are unable to upgrade from ie7 to ie8 because of license issues, firefox is not just a great alternative, but a superior alternative one should consider, IMHO.