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1st Problem- The Internet Explorer automatically restarts itself when I'm surfing the web. 2nd Problem- Sometime after the computer was turned on, nothing appears after I right-click on the mouse.

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Run msconfig and go to startup and disable all then download adwre remover utility nad run complete scan. this problem is bcoz of spyware virus. bye

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*when don restart yr system
to reinstall internet explorer
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