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#1 computergeek522

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Posted 19 October 2004 - 11:32 PM

My IE has been closing unexpectedly lately.

But it only seems to happen when I'm on the website for my university, which is odd.

What happens usually is this:

I'll surf to the website (which is http://my.mun.ca) --- it's a web module for students; I use it to access my distance ed courses.

I'll click on a link for one of my courses. (Let's say RELS 2811).

Then let's say I open the "discussions" page. It opens in a new window, so that obviously, in order to get back to the main RELS 2811 course page, I have to close the "discussions" window by using the X in the right hand top corner.

BUT. :thumbsup:

When I do that, meaning to close ONLY the "discussion" page, IE closes altogether. Which is not what I mean to do. I only want to close the discussion page so I can get back to the main page in order to get to another part of the site.

Can this have something to do with XP, or something else? Does anyone have any ideas as to why this could be happening?

Thanks!

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Posted 20 October 2004 - 01:03 PM

Try minimizing the active window rather than closing it, does that work for you? Also try hitting alt f4 to close the active window. HTH
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