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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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