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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by nurkenstien, Nov 12, 2011.

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  1. nurkenstien

    nurkenstien Thread Starter

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    I am constantly getting this message " This tab has been recovered. A problem with this page caused internet explorer to close and reopen tab" I have tried clearing the add ons to no avail. On checking the net I found some suggest resetting my Internet explorer settings. Any experience of this problem and does resetting cause any headaches/ i am using a Dell 3000 with Windows XP. Am a novice at problem solving
     
  2. raybro

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    I had a similar (although not identical) problem recently. There were two tabs opening when I would launch internet explorer (IE8). One was blank. What I eventually found, was the address of my home page had somehow had added to the veru end "tabs :about". Check the address of your home page in Internet Options (Tools/Internet Options/General tab).

    You can always have your home page displayed in IE and simply click the Use Current button in the Internet Options/General tab. That will endsure you have the correct address.
     
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    Many thanks I'll give it a try ,Nurkenstien
     
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