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Internet Explorer 7 Stops Responding

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#1 bratty burnette

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Posted 09 July 2008 - 05:52 PM


I am having a problem with my IE7. Ever little bit, it just quits. First it stops working and the there is a white 'fog' on top over the image on the screen. I cannot close it except using task manager.

I have been all over Microsoft's site to find the answer and have tried everything they suggested. I use Oprea without any problems. Since I have Vista Home Basic, I know I can't remove it. If I set another browser as default, the programs that access the internet IE7 takes over.

This is so bad that I cannot use it. If I could, I would 'kill' it for good. :thumbsup:

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