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Internet Explorer Problems


kelnew

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My netbook uses Windows 7 and I have a problem loading web pages on Internet Explorer - it will not load anything past the initial search. Have run full Norton System scan and nothing found have run PC clean up programmes and deleted loads of stuff and still not working.

Can anyone help please?

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northumbria61

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Try resetting IE - Open IE - Tools - Internet Options - Advanced Tab - Reset IE Settings - Click RESET in box - Apply - OK. Restart IE.

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lotvic

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It's worth mentioning that you should use the 32bit Internet Explorer when you have W7 64bit installed.

Internet Explorer 64bit is known to have problems.

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northumbria61

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kelnew - any update to your problem?

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kelnew

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I think I've finally solved it, did a complete system restore in the end, must have been something to do with the latest updates that were installed - should have been suspicious when it took hours for them to download!!

Thanks everyone for their replies, I now have some helpful tips for if/when it happens again!

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northumbria61

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Thanks for the feedback - pleased to hear all is okay again.

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