IE Window opens for 10 seconds then closes!

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Melissa695ca

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Hi,

My internet explorer window opens when I click on it.. Ill get as far as just beginning to sign into my email when it just closes and disapears!:mad:
I have to use my friends computer now as I can keep my IE window open long enough to use it. Any idea what the problem might be? Thanks:(
 

Melissa695ca

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recent errors? no error message pops up though. It just closes. No warning nothing..
also Im currently living in china so all the devices on my computer are written in Chinese.. I have to use memory to remember what to click..
But yeah no error messages.
 

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I cant go to that site on my computer as it will just close in 10 seconds..
I tried clicking on it on this computer but of course it is all in chinese..
 

Melissa695ca

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Im not sure sorry! We just had it brought back from 'the computer guy" last week so im assuming he downloaded the most recent. However I am not sure :( sorry:eek:
 

Melissa695ca

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no no disc.. shoot. Are we thinking that may be the problem? Old version of IE? How come it opens then closes 10 seconds later though.
Also a game was just downloaded on the computer.. could it be a virus?
 
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Try This

Control Panel > Internet Options > Under General Tab > Delete Files > Check "Delete all offline content" > Click Ok

Now Try To Run IE
 
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Looks like you have spyware installed on your computer try this, then run some spyware tools like.
Spyboot search and Destory
Ad-aware, by lavasoft
AVG anti spyware.

1. Click Start /Control Panel.
2. Double-click Internet Options.
3. Click the Advanced tab.
4. Under Browsing, clear the Enable third-party browser extensions (requires restart) check box.
5. Restart Internet Explorer.

joan
 
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