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My Internet explorer icon is not working on my PC

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when I double click on Internet Eplorer on my deskop it is not working. I shows from which file it has to open. But when I click on internet explorer it is not working. What is the problem?

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Either your shortcut is being not working properly in this case u can make it again from start->all programs
otherwise your explorer is courepted u have to install it again ok
best of luck

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