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IE 8 is getting on in years and is less than fully functional with lots of sites and some completely reject it. If your operating system will support a later IE you should install a later version.
I suggest you go to the control panel and select add or remove programmes and then uninstall your old IE 8 and any other programmes you no longer use and then carry out a system scan with your anti-virus and Spy-bot if you have it.
It is difficult to download a new browser without having a functional browser already but you should be able to download a browser on a friend's computer and burn to a cd or store on memory stick to install on your machine.
An internet browser doesn't take up much hard-drive space and it is a good idea to have at least two and there are many to choose from.
You can try these options.
1. Install Flash player or update to the latest version
2. Install java runtime or update to the latest version
3. Reset IE back to default settings
4. Other options, use alternative browsers eg. Firefox, chrome
5. Is your PC/Laptop infected with any Malwares/Spywares, viruses...etc...dangerous objects!!??..
An NRG file is a file associated with Nero burning software. An NRG file is an image file, and can be converted using NRG2ISO.
Either way, you need Nero's burning software to open it.
The simplest thing to do would be to know the motherboards manufacturer and go to there website, find the download section and download and unzip them into seperate folders and then burn them as a data cd using nero... Works 99% of the time.... Thats what i do... Open up your pc and the motherboard will have make and model number.... Or splash out £9.99 on driver detective... Good Luck Hope This Helps.
there is no need to format all the drives ... wat you have to do ... is ... update your avg with latest updates ... and have a full system scan ... and delete all the virus ... then have your .. c: formated ..