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You need to provide more info. Please tell us what version of IE you are using. Have you cleaned out your PC via a Malware removal program? You may be infected and have malicious active X scripts running.
Install all the updates for IE. Remove add ons and untrusted Active X scripts that you have installed. Install the proper add ons from the official provider websites (Adobe, Microsoft, etc). At times, sites want to install old versions of these add ons that are no longer compatable with your version of IE or they install improperly.
Or you could switch to Mozilla Firefox. More secure, has cool add ons and you can import your IE favorites on install. You really only need IE for Windows updates....and thats only for XP or older OS's.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
On internet page, go to intrenet option and click on restore default, or if you rmember the last time your computer work perfectly, then go to START-PROGRAMS-ACCESSORIES-SYSTEM TOOLS-SYSTEM RESTORE.
this will help . Good luck
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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