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My Computer Does Not open..

I have broadband connection. I use I.E. 6.0
When I open Internet explorer. It works for sometime and then a dialog box appears saying "we need to close the program, sorry for....."
After I close this box .Nothing works properly on my PC. 
Not a single program opens....And also does not allow to shut down.
One More I have THreat fire full version installed on my PC.

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I'm not sure what's causing the IE hang up, but you could use the event viewer to check your application logs to see what's going on. Rt. click the properties of any warnings or errors that appear and you'll be able to see info on what's causing the error code.
Otherwise, see help from MS here and here.
But why are you still using IE6? It's not really secure anymore...
I suggest you follow the first four steps of these malware removal protocols to check your system. Even with threat fire installed, you could have clicked on something that caused malware to get in. MBAM will usually findit and remove it if it's there.
If you're using xp, run chkdsk c: /f or /r to check for file corruption on your hard drive, (with instructions here and here), and do some basic maintenance according to these instructions. or these.
If you're running an earlier OS, similar steps can be taken...
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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I am sure or pretty sure its a virus probably a repeated logic virus that activates when u open ie so boot or something

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