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Select "Plugins which are used by the Internet Explorer" from the drop-down menu. Then disable. Change the home page using internet options. Clear all your temp files and cookies. IF anything does not work, then go to add/remove programs_>add/remove windows components and remove the IE and re-install using the same place after rebooting.
In AD, the schema is the list of "properties", or attributes of each item an AD "object".
There are different object types - user, computer, group, and so on. Some properties exist for all objects - "name", "create date", etc. Other properties only make sense for certain objects - a user has a "phone number", but a computer object does not.
So the schema is a list that says what "object types" are defined, what "properties or attributes" are defined, and which properties are valid for which objects.