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Its a problem with ie. reset ie settings by clicking tools, internet options, click advanced tab and click reset, follow the remaining prompts, close ie, open up another one, check, if no go. run sfc /scannow. click start, click run, type sfc /scannow and hit ok. wait for the process to finish, if no go. install the later version of IE, just dont install ie 8 yet. if no go, try to check if ie will work in safe mode with networking, (press f8 while sys is booting up or before it pass windows screen). if it works on safe mode with networking. run scan for viruses. if none were found. reinstall os.
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