Question about HP Computers & Internet
You probably have a corrupted version, possible due to a bit of malware or the like.
Two things to do
1) download IE7 and re-install. You can get it from here...
You can either run and install directly or save the file to insatll at a later stage
2) Download Anti-Malware. From here...
Its a freeware version,, all you dont get is realtime protection (you have to pay to get it), but it will update the core program and the definitions no problem.#
Do an update then do a full system scan and fix any problems.
Hope this helps
Let me know
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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