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My internet explorer

It wont show web pages if i keep repairing the lan connection it will but only to viwe that page then i have to keep reparing it to keep going to the next page i thought it was my internet but i called them did stuff they told me to do and all was fine they said it might b t my internet explorer i try to go to a site it gos blank well (white) i can go to web site like i said if i repair the lan connection whats wrog with it? plz help ronnie

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  • razor x 616 Nov 02, 2007

    nope still didnt work i got that pcon point and still didnt fix it still shows white pages on web pages unless i reair the lan connections then i can see the web pages but have to keep doing to go on to next page =(

  • razor x 616 Nov 03, 2007

    i tryed that it didnt work =( u think that my lan connetions could be damaged but not all they way out? could that happen? i was trying to un-install it and re-install i new one but mmm wont do it cuz its in use and i dont know what else to do kinda makeing my head hurt =( =) i know ur good at what u do its just better if you was right b side my compertor then i know you do fix it quick =) cuz you would see what im talking about

  • razor x 616 Nov 06, 2007

    nope it didnt work =( i run that stuff 2 time just to make sure still doing the same thing

  • razor x 616 Nov 08, 2007

    yes it work ty =D

  • razor x 616 Dec 04, 2007

    how do you get the black door trojan out of ur computer is there any free site that wll do that and if not what would b the cheaps one plz help thanks my computor keeps getting pop ups and stuff i do not click on and just not working rigth



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To repair Internet Explorer, try this.

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    Thomas Christopher Nov 03, 2007

    have you scanned for viruses,spyware or adware?

    Run spybot and adaware and your favorite virus scanner. get ccleaner and run it (this will clear your cookies, temp files, internet temp files).

    disable any internet explorer addons.

    temporarly shut down any firewall(except windows firewall)

    make sure that automatic configuration boxes are NOT checked.

    try these, and please let me know.

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    Thomas Christopher Nov 06, 2007

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    Thomas Christopher Nov 08, 2007

    Did you uncheck the check boxes under lan settings, under internet connections?

    Uncheck: automatically detect settings

    Use automatic configuration script

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