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Please uninstall the Internet Explorer 8 from the Control Panel's Add/Remove Programs and let's get started over again. Do you know how to check the System Event Viewer? if so, it's latest result is very important. Click Start, then Run, type in eventvwr.msc and press enter, the Event Viewer window pop up, there click "Application" and check the "Errors" on the right-pane.
1. click the "Application"
2. Error (double click)
3. Click the button and paste here (once you click the button, the description of the error will be copied).
But to make the error is related to IE 8, click the error and read the brief description, it the beginning of the description should be like this "Faulting application Internet Explorer ....etc..." or just something similar with Internet Explorer...
Unisntall the IE 8 and run with the IE 7 doing all these. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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