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This is an hp computer

When i log on to my homepage it blinks an then that error message comes up an then it closes it out an says to restart the program. but when i do it dose the same thing please help me i the uninstalled IE an then reinstalled it, ive tried the deleting the temp files nothing is helpin is there anything else that i can do to get to the page an for it to stay up

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Try using the Control Panel - Internet Options to set your home page to blank. That should allow IE to start up properly. You can then try surfing to different sites to see if it works correctly.

If the problem persists, we'll need to try something else, though.

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Status 0x00000e9


Many of the problems caused by programs lead to the emergence of the messages that come in shape
A fatal exception XX has occurred at XX.
Often occur, because the program on the problem of improper code required Processor Processor you make improper operation. Thus Windows displays this message to tell you so and ask you to tell him what it must do. In fact, these kinds of errors do not escape them and often lead to the closure of the program or you may have to restart the Windows operating system as a whole and therefore you will lose any unsaved data before, and you models for these errors.
He noted that in all the solutions that Snordha here we'll use the letter A to represent the floppy drive and the letter C to represent the hard drive that contains the Windows system device and the letter D to represent the CD-ROM drive, and that all the messages and solutions applicable to Windows XP and Windows Me unless stated one only.

Message:
A fatal exception 00 has occurred at XX
Meaning:
This error occurred because the processor tried dividing the number to zero which is the correct thing is sporty and therefore this letter appeared.
Solution:
Close the message and try to continue to use the program, if you can not close the program and then restart it again, or restart your computer if necessary College.
Message:
A fatal exception 0C has occurred at XX
Meaning:
This error occurred because one of the instructions stored within a certain part of memory called the stack (which parts of memory are reserved for programs to deal with the equipment and devices) tried to use portions of memory outside the specified part
Solution:
Try closing the program and restart your computer.
Message:
A fatal exception 0E has occurred at XX
Meaning:
This error occurred trying to access the data processor located on the Page page of memory RAM or virtual memory Virtual Memory, but discovered the absence of the page, or that the data has been improperly accessed.
Solution:
Close the message and try to continue to use the program, if the program can not switch off and then turn it on again, or restart your computer if necessary College.
Message:
A fatal exception 13 has occurred at XX
Or General Protection Fault
Meaning:
Fault of the same quality as previous mistakes, but did not specify why.
Solution:
Close the message and try to continue to use the program, If you can not do close the program and then restart it again, or restart your computer if necessary College.
All previous mistakes are supposed to occur at intervals spaced opposed, if repeated occurrence tried to determine when those errors occur, if they occur while the program is running, you may be able to solve the problem, remove and then reinstall the software again, or get a version upgrade him.
If you can not link between the error message and a program may be the reason why a file from the Windows system files or one of the device drivers Device Drivers, and test it restart your computer in the security mode Safe Mode, if you do not see the message usually be the cause of one of the players devices Thus you can access the latest version of the drivers in your device through the companies that produce them site on the web, and if the message persists often will be a problem in the Windows system itself, and therefore you will need to re-set the Windows system again.
Message:
System busy and appear on a blue screen
Meaning:
This message appears with the nature of the error usually as stated in previous communications with the program said that the cause of the problem is the system may be Windows itself, and ask you to wait until the system becomes less busier.
Solution:
Restart your computer, and if the error is repeated several times do to deal with him as we have seen in previous communications solutions.

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If computer does not start normally, use this checklist to identify specific symptoms and take the recommended corrective actions to resolve the problems.Perform a Hard Reset Do these actions first to clear all temporary setting before troubleshooting the problem.Disconnect all peripheral devices and remove all USB devices and media cards Disconnect the AC power adapter, remove the battery, and then press and hold the power button for at least 15 seconds to drain residual charge
  1. Reconnect the AC power adapter (do not connect the battery), press the Power button and look for the LEDs to blink or glow, and listen for the sound of a disk drive and fan turning.
Perform each recommended corrective action and then attempt to restart the computer.Symptom 1: LED lights do not glow, display is black, no fan or drive sounds are heard, and computer does not startIf LEDs do not glow or blink when AC power adapter is attached and power button is pressed, there is no power available to the notebook.
  • Check AC adapter wiring and power connection to the notebook.
  • Connect a different AC power adapter and remove battery, then restart notebook.
  • Connect a different battery and disconnect AC power adapter, then restart notebook.
  • If there is no power available at the notebook, contact HP to purchase a replacement battery or AC adapter.
Symptom 2: LEDs blink or computer beeps but does not start Blinking LEDs or beep tones indicate a hardware failure during the pre-start up testing.
  • Count number of blinking LEDs or beeping tones to help with diagnostics testing.
  • Contact HP for technical assistance. There are no other user-initiated troubleshooting actions until error codes are resolved.
Symptom 3: LEDs glow, fan noise may be heard briefly, display remains black, and computer fails to startup or boot Usually occurs if a component is installed incorrectly, or there is a device conflict or failure.
  • Connect an external monitor to check if the problem is the built-in LCD display or graphics card.
  • Remove all CD/DVDs, SD cards, USB devices, peripherals and do a Hard Reset .
  • If memory or hard drive components were replaced, reinstall original components.
  • Remove memory modules and replace one-at-a-time.
  • Remove and reseat hard drive.
  • If possible, turn on power, press F10 to enter BIOS mode, and run Memory Test and Hard Drive Test .
  • On newer notebooks, turn on power, press Esc to enter UEFI mode, and run Memory Test and Hard Drive Test .
  • If possible, turn on power, press F8 to enter Windows Advanced Boot Options , and select Repair Computer option, or enter Safe Mode and run Memory Diagnostics .
  • If all other methods fail , but computer can boot to BIOS, use recovery disk to recover the computer to original condition.
    Note: All programs and data are destroyed during recovery.
Symptom 4: Computer may display an error message on a black screen during startup or boot
  • Search www.microsoft.com for terms in error message.
  • Search www.hp.com for terms in error message.
  • If possible, turn on power, press F10 to enter BIOS mode, do the corrective actions listed under Symptom 3 to run memory and hard drive tests.
Symptom 5: Computer displays a blue screen or continually re-starts After an error message is displayed, you can usually bypass the error and continue to run the notebook in Safe mode to install an updated BIOS or driver.
  • Search www.microsoft.com for terms in error message.
  • Search www.hp.com for terms in error message.
  • If possible, turn on power, press F10 to enter BIOS mode, and run diagnostic Memory test and Hard Drive test .
  • If possible, turn on power, press F8 to enter Windows Advanced Boot Options , and do one or more of the following:
    • Select Disable automatic restart on system failure to view error message.
    • Run Repair Your Computer .
    • Run Last Known Good Configuration .
    • Select Boot into Safe Mode and then select Run a Microsoft system restore .
    • Select Boot into Safe Mode and then select Uninstall recently installed programs .
    • Select Boot into Safe Mode and then run Windows Update .
Symptom 6: Computer displays the Windows logo screen and stops respondingIf no error message displays, turn on power, press F8 to enter Windows Advanced boot options ,and select Disable auto-restart to view error message.
  • Search www.microsoft.com for terms in error message.
  • Search www.hp.com for terms in error message.
  • If possible, turn on power, press F10 to enter BIOS mode, and select Restore the BIOS defaults (F9) .
  • If possible, turn on power, press F10 to enter BIOS mode, and run Hard Drive Test .
  • If possible, turn on power, press F8 to enter Windows Advanced Boot Options , and select Last Known Good Configuration (Advanced) . .
  • If possible, turn on power, press F8 to enter Windows Advanced Boot Options , and select Boot into Safe Mode and then Uninstall recently installed programs .
Update Computer After Resolving A Problem When the computer starts into Windows normally, you should install the latest updates and patches to prevent other start-up problems.

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  • If possible, turn on power, press F10 to enter BIOS mode, do the corrective actions listed under Symptom 3 to run memory and hard drive tests.
  • Symptom 5: Computer displays a blue screen or continually re-starts After an error message is displayed, you can usually bypass the error and continue to run the notebook in Safe mode to install an updated BIOS or driver.
    • Search www.microsoft.com for terms in error message.
    • Search www.hp.com for terms in error message.
    • If possible, turn on power, press F10 to enter BIOS mode, and run diagnostic Memory test and Hard Drive test .
    • If possible, turn on power, press F8 to enter Windows Advanced Boot Options , and do one or more of the following:
      • Select Disable automatic restart on system failure to view error message.
      • Run Repair Your Computer .
      • Run Last Known Good Configuration .
      • Select Boot into Safe Mode and then select Run a Microsoft system restore .
      • Select Boot into Safe Mode and then select Uninstall recently installed programs .
      • Select Boot into Safe Mode and then run Windows Update .
    Symptom 6: Computer displays the Windows logo screen and stops responding If no error message displays, turn on power, press F8 to enter Windows Advanced boot options ,and select Disable auto-restart to view error message.
    • Search www.microsoft.com for terms in error message.
    • Search www.hp.com for terms in error message.
    • If possible, turn on power, press F10 to enter BIOS mode, and select Restore the BIOS defaults (F9) .
    • If possible, turn on power, press F10 to enter BIOS mode, and run Hard Drive Test .
    • If possible, turn on power, press F8 to enter Windows Advanced Boot Options , and select Last Known Good Configuration (Advanced) . .
    • If possible, turn on power, press F8 to enter Windows Advanced Boot Options , and select Boot into Safe Mode and then Uninstall recently installed programs .
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    However to stop the system shutdown first follow these steps.

    Disable automatic system restart.

    1. Restart the computer and press the f8 key to open the Advanced Boot Options menu.
    2. Select the Disable automatic restart on system failure option.
    3. Restart the computer to accept this change.
    Then go to safe mode

    This problem occurs after a memory dump file (error log file) is written by Windows XP. Because the memory dump file flag not reset in Windows XP the memory dump file will contiue to be written every time Windows is restarted.

    1. Restart the computer and immediately press f8 repeatedly. Use the arrow keys to select Safe Mode and then press enter .
    2. Click Start , right-click Computer , and then select Properties .
    3. Click Advanced system settings , grant permission to continue if prompted, and then click the Advanced tab.
    4. On the Advanced tab, click Settings
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    2. Click Advanced system settings , grant permission to continue if prompted, and then click the Advanced tab.
    3. Click Settings in the Startup and Recovery section of the Advanced tab.
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    Hi,

    The issue you have posted regarding that you are unable to open and use the I internet explorer showing error message “ iexplorer.exe ” can not open and needs to close could be due to number of reasons, The steps mentioned below generally fixes these kind of issues I would appreciate if you could try them to get iexplorer.exe issue fixed.

    FIX I.

    1. Click On Start, point to Internet Explorer and then right click on the Internet option and left click on properties.
    2. Click on the Delete tab under the (temporary internet files)
    3. Click on delete temp internet files after selecting delete all.
    Fix II.
    1. Click on start, point to control panel and click on it.
    2. On the Control Panel window, locate the Add/Remove software icon and click on it
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    4. Locate the Internet Explorer option form the list and remove the Check Mark in the box by clicking on it, then click NEXT at the bottom. (This will Uninstall the Internet Explorer)
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    2. On the Control Panel window, locate the Add/Remove software icon and click on it
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    4. Locate the Internet Explorer option form the list and then Check Mark box by clicking on it, and then click NEXT at the bottom. (This will reinstall The Internet Explorer)
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    Fix III
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    3. Click on the option Startup at the top right hand corner.
    4. Click on the option disable all at the bottom of the screen.
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