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INTERNET EXPLOYER KEEPS COSING

I HAVE THE VISTA ULTIMATE PROGRAM, AND EACH TIME I USE THE INTERNET AND DURING BROWSING, THE INTERNET PROGRAM CLOSES AUTOMATICALLY. IS HERE A SOLUTION FOR THIS PROBLEM WITHOUT MY HAVING TO READ A LOT OF JARGON I DON'T UNDERSTAND?

THANKS! DONNA MARIE TOLBERT
donnamarie7006@hotmail.com

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Hello...^_^donnamarie...try this one..>right click the internet explorer,properties then click properties,click the clear history,click the security,click the Default level,then click the programs,reset web settings,then click the Advance and Restore Defaults..then lets try...Thanks...

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