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I bought a new computer(window 7 system) two weeks ago, but now i cannot access internet explorer. my computer shows me that your last browsing session closed unexpectedly. So please experts assist and fix the problem.

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Its possible that you installed an add-on thats causing this. there are two scenarios where you can fix this problem. First, if you still can open internet explorer, you can go to Tools, Internet Options, go to the Advance Tab and click the RESET button to revert your settings back to factory settings as well as disable the add-ons. Second if you cannot open Internet Explorer entirely, just restore your computer to an earlier date prior to this happening. To do this click on "The Pearl" (start button, on the lower left corner), All Programs, Accesories, System Tools, System Restore, select "Choose a different restore point and then choos a date prior to this happening. It should resolve your issue.

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