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DEP comes on and closes WMI which does not allow acess to IE. I set boot.ini to /execute=AlwaysOff and rebooted, but same problem.

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If you have done any updates on your computer and you upgraded your browser to Internet Explorer 8, then you need to do this to correct your issue (I have the same problem today for a clients computer and this resolved it):

In Internet Explorer 8 goto to Tools > Internet Options > Click on Advanced Tab > go under Security and uncheck "Enable memory protection to help mitigate online attacks"
This should fix you up, and if it doesn't let me know. I know all about DEP.

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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    Jason Jul 29, 2009

    Also, Right Click on My Computer, then click Properties, Advanced Tab, click Settings on Performance and choose the second option for DEP - add in Internet Explorer and Explorer.

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