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Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by zxjodixz, Jan 11, 2011.

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  1. zxjodixz

    zxjodixz Thread Starter

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    Everytime I try and use the regular internet it says internet explorer has stopped working adn will not let me use it at all. Any idea what is wrong and what i cant do to fix it? I cam use the 64 bit internet whatever that means but i need flash player for school which i can not get with the 64 bit. all in all i just would like someone to help me get the regular inter explorer working.
     
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    "I can use the 64 bit internet whatever that means " To the best of my knowledge, there is no such thing as 64Bit internet.
    Perhaps you mean a 64Bit browser?
    There is no need to use a 64Bit browser in your OS, even if the OS is 64Bit. The gains at the moment are still, in any case, quite small. If using Windows 7 64Bit, the default browser is IE 32Bit.
    Fwiw, there is a 64Bit Flash available.
     
  3. TheOutcaste

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    Click Start, type cmd, when cmd.exe appears in the list, right click it and click Run as administrator
    Type SFC /ScanNow and press Enter.

    That will replace any corrupt files.

    This could also be a corrupted Add On, try starting IE in Safe Mode
    Ciick Start | All Programs | Accessories | System Tools
    Click on Internet Explorer (No Add-ons)
    See if that works.
    If it does, click Tools | Manage Add-ons (Press ALT to display the menu bar if needed)
    Change the Show drop down to All add-ons
    Select each add on, and click Disable.
    Close IE and start it normally.
    If that works, you can enable add-ons one or two at a time to find the one causing the problem. You may be able to uninstall it from here, or may have to use Control Panel | Programs and Features.

    Internet Explorer add-ons: frequently asked questions
     
  4. zxjodixz

    zxjodixz Thread Starter

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    Wow I love You! Thats amazing I disabled all the add ons and it works.. Thank You so much!! I actually had called my computer company previous to finding this web site and they wanted me to pay 150 for some to talk me threw it. I thank you again!
     
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