Question about Computers & Internet
The problem lies with the IE add-ons that are used with the browser. One of them is corrupted. Open IE and on the tool bar select tools > internet options > program tab and select the "manage add-on " button... (you can also access internet options from control panel).
In the next window there is a drop down box...choose the add-ons that are currently being used in IE and when they come up start with the bottom one and highlight it and choose to disable it.
Try to see if that fixes the problem! If it continues then disable the next one as well. Keep doing this untill you find the bad one.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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