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Magically disapears I made a facebook profile and on another computer and it works just fine but when I try to use it on my computer (dell latitude d610, windows xp) it will allow me to singh on but after about 2 seconds internet explore just shuts down???

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Theres no problem with your account in facebook. your browser which is internet explorer is probably broken. try to remove and download then install a new internet exporer, you can do this by updating your windows. or you could just download mozilla firefox and access your facebook on it.

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