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Internet Explorer fails to stay on top as does other websites.

OS is Windows Vista Ultimate. Cable Modem connected. When trying to bring up a browser or website, it appears for and instant and then disappears. Strangely, Outlook stays up as does Apples Safari, which is where I am now. I can get to any browser or website only through Safari.

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  • cfeller Dec 26, 2008

    I am using  Apple Safari, which works OK. I can get to IE etc. from there. It does not solve my problem of why this happened, but I have a clue. It may be a virus. I am having a problem with McAfee. The dialog boxes come up blank.


    Thanks for your suggestions.


    Carl Feller

  • cfeller Dec 28, 2008

    IE in Windows Vista Ultimate disappeared. It has nothing to do with the Graphics Card. I may have to re-install Windows Which I am trying to avoid. I installed Mozilla Firefox which works fine, but I need IE for some applications.

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Try firefox or google chrome as a browcer those are the best

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