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18-Feb-2012, 04:27 PM #1
Computer freezes after leaving internet.
My computer began freezing when I close the internet. Mouse moves but when I click on icon nothing happens. I can use ctrl,alt,del to bring up logon/off window. When I log off and back on I can regain use of all programs.I am running Windows 7,and using IE9,with 6 gig ram. I t seems to have slowly began when I uninstalled Firefox about 2 weeks ago. It was too unstable. This issue was happening just a few times but has now progressed to each time I leave the internet. Any help will be appreciated.
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18-Feb-2012, 05:24 PM #2
How are you "leaving the Internet"? If you have a broadband Internet connection, you're always connected.

I've also requested this be moved since you're running Windows 7 and not a version of Windows prior to XP.
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18-Feb-2012, 06:27 PM #3
Thanks for quick reply! I have cable so as you say I guess Im always connected.
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19-Feb-2012, 10:22 AM #4
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Apparently my internet default page was causing my issue. Changed from xfinity home page to MSn as my home page and issue ceased. Thanks to all!
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