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IE 9 not working properly

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by andyhop2003, Aug 9, 2012.

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  1. andyhop2003

    andyhop2003 Thread Starter

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    I know other people have had the same problem but i can't find ANY solution.
    i have a new laptop about 2 weeks old running ie9 64bit when ever i right click to open in new tab/page i just get a blank page,
    i really need to fix this asap
    anyone please help
    thanks in advance
    Andy
     
  2. Phantom010

    Phantom010 Trusted Advisor

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    Open IE. Click Tools > Internet Options > General > Tabs > Settings. You'll find what you need in there.
     
  3. andyhop2003

    andyhop2003 Thread Starter

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    what am i looking for?
     
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    Instead of blank page.
     
  5. andyhop2003

    andyhop2003 Thread Starter

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    its already on that, but any link i click on that opens in a new tab or if i right click the new tab is alwas blank
     
  6. Phantom010

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    Maybe THIS can help?
     
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