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IE9 won't launch

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#1 moe_42


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Posted 10 December 2011 - 04:29 PM

I'm trying to get my Vista x64 back up running after having an infection of some kind. MS Security Essentials says the box is clean now.

After cleanup, the icons for IE9 disappeared. I uninstalled and reinstalled IE9, but still no icons. I used MS FixIt, and it found no problems. I manually reset the IE settings through Control Panel\Internet Options\Advanced\Reset. Still no icons, and when I execute iexplore.exe the process dies immediately.

I don't use IE, but I need it for some apps that have compatibility problems with Chrome. Do I need to just reinstall the OS, or are there other options I haven't tried?

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