I have only just attempted to use IE on my e800, and have discovered that when I tap the IE icon, the program appears to open momentarily, then closes immediately. I have removed all other non-original programmes and memory cards, and performed both soft and hard resets, and tried opening IE both with the e800 connected to my PC, and without, all without any effect. Any ideas on what to do now? It seems unlikely this is a hardware fault, and all the other embedded programmes appear to work OK. Could the IE programme be corrupted? Is it possible to uninstall it, download and reinstall a new copy? If so, how?
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I have the same PDA but unfortunately I am not the expert. In my opinion it is not possible to install IE separately. It is not known to me that there is any possibility to download IE for PDA as an individual program.
If you have already removed all programs why don’t reinstall the OS and it should work properly again.
Did you already install Windows Mobile 2003 SE?
Please go to www.microsoft.com and download iExplorer!
Try to install it!
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First remove it from programs.
- Go to Control Panel.
- Click on Uninstall programs
- Type in "ask toolbar" on Search.
second you'll want to remove or reset your browser settings
I.E. - (also make sure to remove it from you're search browsers settings managed add-ons)
Start Internet Explorer.
Note If you are running Windows 8.1 or Windows 8, start Internet Explorer from the desktop. Changing your settings will affect both Internet Explorer and Internet Explorer that you start from the desktop.
On the Tools menu, tap or click Internet options. If you don't see the Tools menu, press Alt.
In the Internet Options window, tap or click the Advanced tab.
Tap or click Reset. If you're using Windows Internet Explorer 6, click Restore Default.
Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
Click Show advanced settings and find the "Reset browser settings" section.
Click Reset browser settings.
Check that there are no extensions installed that may be causing these changes. Go to Chrome menu> Settings > Extensions > if you see any unfamiliar extension that you do not remember installing, try disabling/removing the extension to see it was causing these changes. To disable, uncheck the "Enabled" checkbox next to the extension. To remove, hover over the extension until you see a trash can icon appear, and click on the icon.
Check Control Panel > Programs for any suspicious files and remove them.
Go to Chrome Settings (chrome://settings/) > Settings > Search > Manage Search Engines > In the Default search settings box, make sure Ask.com is not selected as the default
Disable Internet Explorer 8 from Windows 7
1. Click on the Start Menu and go to Control Panel. Change the View by category to Large or Small icons then from the Control Panel list go into Programs and Features.
2. In the Programs and Features window click on the "Turn Windows features on or off" link on the left hand side. The Windows Features screen opens up, uncheck the box next to Internet Explorer 8.
3. You will get a confirmation box when you uncheck it saying it may affect other Windows features. It will if you don't have another browser installed but otherwise everything that usually opens in IE will open in your default browser.
4. After verifying you want to turn it off click OK. You will get a progress notification while Windows turns off IE 8. Restart the system.
5. After restarting, you will notice Internet Explorer 8 is no longer there. Anything you had linked to IE will be associated with another browser if you have one installed. It will also no longer appear in the Set Default Programs section.
6. If you go to the Open With list in Explorer you will see a generic Internet Browser icon that will open up whatever is your default browser.
You have not mentioned the operating system .. plz mention it .. However generally you can open computer or my computer .. go to the c: drive go to program files and look for internet explorer folder .. in that folder you could find an icon which looks like IE but would be written iexplorer.. U can use this as your IE .. rt click send to desktop and you will have an icon for it in the desktop. you can rename it to anything you like once it is in your desktop screen..
When you upgraded to Internet Explorer 9, it made a backup of Internet Explorer 8 and replaced it. If you are running windows xp you would have had the Beta release of IE 9, as the full blown release will not run on xp. It was designed only for Vista or Windows 7.
In order to get IE 8 back, you will need to go to Start > Control Panel and look for the option to Uninstall or Change Programs or the Icon for Programs and Features if in icon view. Once the list of programs loads, look for Internet Explorer 9 and then highlight it and click Uninstall at the top of the screen. It will remove the new version and replace it with your previous version. You will need to reboot the machine when it is finished.
Once back up and running you should have IE 8 back in place and fully functional.
I highly recommend running a couple of free anti spyware programs. Malwarebytes Anti-malware, and SuperAntiSpyware. Don't run both at the same time. Run one, remove whatever if finds, reboot, then run the next. Hope this helps.
Try a scan with your virus scan, then with a malware scanner, i use Malwarebytes.
I would then use CCleaner, use the registry cleaner also.
This will clean out all your temp files, and remove any registry errors that may be causing IE from starting properly.
You could also use Firefox, or chrome as your browser if this does not fix it
What kind of computer is this? Try clicking on the "Update Windows" icon in the control panel, this should bring up a default explorer window that shoudl try to connect to the internet. You can use that to either update your ie to repair the problem or download firefox to get yourself at least on the internet. Then you can try to actually run the update to a better ie version. You also may want to try in add/remove programs removing the IE explorer, this will not totally remove it, the update icon should still function, sounds like you may have issues with your drive or controller thou writing bad data to the sector thus corrupting the explorer itself. Try running a scandisk off the hard drive icon right click.
It sounds as though the IE7 application may be corrupted. Try removing IE7.
To Remove IE7: Go to Start > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs > Select Internet Explorer 7 > Select Remove. IE is a core component of XP. Hence, your machine will revert to IE6. Reboot pc. If you like IE7, visit Microsoft and download a fresh copy.