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Internet Explorer 7 & Word with Windows XP Home Edition.

I'd want to request a solution to a recurring problem that I have been having with the above products.
In reference to my IE7, everytime I open a link and close same within my browser, the Microsoft window that asks whether to "Send" or "Not Send" the problem to Microsoft comes onscreen. Regardless what I decide, the browser shuts down after I click either one. I have to reopen the browser.
In connection with Word, I'd be typing a document and in the middle of my work, the whole page sort of becomes blurry and the whole document disappears and my screen blacks out. I have have to reboot my computer and reopen my document to get it back onscreen losing data i was not able to manually save prior to the "meltdown". Why does this happen. I'd appreciate a solution to these two recurring problems. Thank you.

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Dear wilfred, for IE7 it sounds like that the set up is corrupt it is recommended to reinstall it. You can also check in program files if the folder exists there and its working. Personally i would recommend Mozilla FireFox for browser. It is more powerful and robust in terms of performance.

About your MS word problem it sounds like your computer has a virus that is continously causing your computer to reboot. As you said that 'in the middle' it goes black, you also might like to check your power settings to ensure that you dont have sleep time activated or shut down timing activated.

Avast is generally a good antivirus for protection of your computer. For additional malware protection you might like to add Spybot S&D.

If that has helped you press solved.

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If you are getting trouble after the updates of internet explorer..

Then I would suggest you to Roll Back it to the original Internet Explorer (i.e Internet Explorer version 6.0)

Which come up with Installation of Win Xp with Service Pack 2.

Bad Effect due to IE 7.0 or higher version:

Screen hang up, internet freezes abruptly, prominent windows crashes anytime.

So to stop these problems, better to run with lower and safe version of IE:

To remove Internet Explorer 7 from your PC use the following methods

Method 1: Use "Add or Remove Programs" to uninstall Internet Explorer 7

Step 1: Use "Add or Remove Programs" to uninstall Internet Explorer 7

a. Click Start, and then click Run.

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If you cannot uninstall Internet Explorer 7 by using this method, try Method 2.

Method 2: Use Spuninst.exe to uninstall Internet Explorer 7

Run Spuninst.exe to uninstall Internet Explorer 7

a. Click Start, and then click Run.

b. In the Open box, type %windir%\ie7\spuninst\spuninst.exe, and then click OK.

c. Follow the wizard instructions to uninstall Internet Explorer 7.

After you uninstall Internet Explorer 7, double-click the Internet Explorer icon to verify that Internet Explorer 6 is restored.

This will bring up you to run Internet explorer as it come up with the installation kit, which is safe and reliable.

Have Nice Surfing!!

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After you uninstall Internet Explorer 7, double-click the Internet Explorer icon to verify that Internet Explorer 6 is restored.


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