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I recently had a computer crash. In re=installing programs,I am having problems with programs using ''javascript''. It keeps shutting down Internet Explorer. However, at times the programs will run, other times, they shut down. Help!!!

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  • dino kalameros May 11, 2010

    when the computer crashed, did you re-install windows. cause if the hard drive wasnt completely erased the problem may still be there.

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I mean that you can do 2 thing:

You can try to reinstall the Internet explorer
and
you can try to reinstall java

Hope that helps
IF NOT then return here

Have a nice day

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