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Ok I am having a problem when I go to close IE, rather than close the window it comes up with an error message saying IE has stopped working and that they are reporting it to Microsoft. Then it proceeds to open a new window. This happens every single time I try to close out of a window. So in order to close IE I have to cancel the reporting and cancel the next message that says it is opening a new window. Please help this is very frustrating and I can't seem to figure out what is causing this problem.

Thanks so much in advance for your help!

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Anti virus is not updated or problem with anti virus try by updating it and scan the system full....

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