It's pretty frustrating, i can no loger open internet explorer. It says that file is not responding what to do. some suggetion to down load internet explorer to fix the problem, i can't access internet explorer since is not responding what do do, please send msg to my email email@example.com, how do you access your emails thru ym
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Re: internet explorer not responding
I will tell you the easiest way to fix this issue.
Get yourself some blank CDs or a flash drive. Find a computer with Internet access (such as your local library, at a friend/relative's house, work, etc.). You had to have access to the Internet to post this problem...go back and use the computer you used to access this site. Download the installation file for Internet Explorer then save to your disk or flash drive. Uninstall IE and re-install it using the file that you have downloaded.
While you're downloading Internet EXPLODER (YES I MEANT WHAT I TYPED), you should also download Firefox (free Web browser) and install it too. I promise you'll hardly use IE anymore and Firefox is more secure than using IE (as it is a component of Windows making you more vulnerable to security risks).
Well, if you still have the problem or ever do in the future, I hope this helps anyone who sees it.
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Sometimes, while doing some specific work on your PC or browsing the internet, the program you're using suddenly stops responding without any apparent reason. If you hadn't been saving your work regularly, you'll most likely lose it when Windows prompts you to close the program.
There's however a solution that could help you avoid such frustration. Here are the steps to follow in case a program stops responding :
1. Once you encounter such a problem, don't close the program you're using.
2. Open the Task Manager by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Delete.
3. In the "Processes" tab, find "explorer.exe", choose it and click "End Process" on the bottom right.
4. Click "Yes" (Everything you see in the background will disappear but don't panic, it will come back).
5. Click "File" on the top left.
4. Choose "New Task (Run...)"
5. Write "explorer.exe" in the box.
And everything comes back! You can now resume your work...
This sounds more like a problem with Internet Explorer than your router. The easy way to see if this is true is to try a different browser, such as Mozilla, Chrome, or Opera. If one of the other browsers solves your problem then you can either use it if you like it and it meets your needs or fix Internet Explorer.
If the problem is Internet Explorer, it is most likely a large number of Browser Helper Objects are installed (BHOs tend to be things like toolbars and various other things). Remove BHOs that you do not need or want.
It means that your IE nor Firefox browser cannot load a particular data file thus making it corrupted. What you can do is reinstall your internet browsers and I'm pretty sure everything will work fine from that point forward.
This problem has something to do with the Cookies, Cache and Internet files of your internet browser. Try to clear the Cookies, Cache and Internet files of your browser. To do this, please follow the steps below:
For Internet Explorer: 1. Run Internet Explorer and click on
'Tools' menu. 2. Go to Internet Options and locate the Browsing
History section. 3. Click the 'Delete' button and delete the
Temporary Internet Files, Cookies and History. 4. Close the
Internet Explorer and re-open it. 5. Access your Netaddress
* For Mozilla Firefox: 1. Run Firefox and hit
'Tools' menu. 2. Go to 'Clear Recent History' and click the
drop-down arrow for 'Time range to clear'. 3. Select 'Everything'
and then hit the 'Clear Now' button. 4. Close and re-open
Firefox 5. Access your Netaddress e-mail.
k try this delete all temp files and cookies and restore the inter net explorer
to delete cookies and files follow this
open i-explorer ->in top->click tool->inter net options->general->delete temp files,cookies,clear history>
to restore the i-explorer follow this
open i-explorer ->in top->click tool->inter net options->click on advance ->in bottom click on restore default
and reboot the pc>if still the same issue then try with different browser
i hope this will help u rate me solved if this helps thx
hi, I think you might have spyware or internet explorer file missing problem. So either you can uninstall browser and run set up again or go to microsoft.com and check any updates available for your Operating system or Browser. You should use WinXP Manager Software for cleaning up any problem with your browser or any system files.