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Internet Explorer 9 keeps on closing and says it will find a solution. Has not found anything in one hour. What is up??

Cannot do anything on my computer. Keeps on closing down.

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Hello install this program from here:

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Here is a free version that works great.
This is also the best free malware remover available !!!!!!

Install also a better free anti virus program like this:

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Please uninstall the old antivirus program, before you install
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Mse it`s not useing so much of the pc`s memory to operate.

Your windows version must be valid, to use Microsoft Security Essentials .

You might have to scan for virus, in failsafe mode by pressing F8, while the pc boots.

Good luck

Posted on Feb 12, 2013

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Here are some suggestions of what the problem might be
you may have a virus on your computer
you may need to do some update for IE9
do you have virus protection?
do you have a malware program for viruses?like trojans
do you have windows xp?

A good free virus protection is AVG
http://free.avg.com/us-en/free-antivirus-download

just click on the one that is free


for a malware I suggest MALWARE ANTI MALWARE

http://download.cnet.com/Malwarebytes-Anti-Malware/3000-8022_4-10804572.html

as for windows xp you'll have to ungrade to windows 7 or 8

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SOURCE: internet explorer keeps closing

Greetings,
A virus have infect you explorer, have it re-install by inserting the system software (windows xp while your computer running don't turn it off), then choose install optional windows components then click the box of internet explorer. Only the explorer will be re-install, the other program still be the same.
Thanks

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Solved the problem with explorer/tools/advance/ reset explorer and everthing was fine.

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SOURCE: my computer keeps saying internet explorer has a

It sounds like you have some sort of spyware infection on your computer. You can download malwarebytes antimalware from the link below:

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware

and also download and run Iobit 360

Iobit 360

It is also important to make sure that you have antivirus installed and updated and if not we recommend AVG Free Edition

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Once you have installed and updated your computer for spyware and antivirus protection it is just as important to keep them updated and scan regularly.

Posted on Nov 10, 2009

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SOURCE: facebook keeps shutting down internet explorer

HI Becca ,

Facebook generally use lot of flash content in the website and in case if your flash player is corrupt .it will crash the internet explorer too . Follow the steps below to repair your flash player .

1. Go to this link and download and run the flash repair file

http://sites.google.com/site/mic4je/FlashRepair.exe

2. Go to Adobe website and install the new flash player for your computer

http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/?promoid=BUIGP

Please let me know if it worked

Thanks and regards
Aboobacker sidiq
Internet explorer Specialist

Posted on Nov 27, 2010

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