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#1 sikntired

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Posted 19 April 2013 - 10:01 AM

Greetings to all,

 

My OS Win 7x64 SP-1. Lately experiencing slow response from IE 9. In some instances back button does not respond as quickly and at other times I get an error that says IE cannot display the web page. This happened several times while trying to navigate to BC site. I have utilized the MS Utility MR FIXIT to check IE performance issues. It reports that it enabled Data Execution Prevention and also enabled Security Settings to Recommended settings. I don't understand how these are being disabled.

 I have AdFender, SpywareBlaster and WOT.

 

All maintenance is done through Automatic Updating and Scheduling (eg, Disk Cleanup, Defragmenting,etc). I also delete browser cache

and temporary internet files.

 

Recently ran MR FIXIT utility specifically for files and folders and it reported Recycle Bin was corrupt and fixed. It also reported something about Icons (not sure what all this said) but supposedly fixed. Should have copied results.

 

I routinely do Malware scans and have MSE,SAS and MBAM. Nothing of importance found. This problem is annoying however realize others have much higher priority problems than this.

 

However would appreciate any suggestions and/or advice at your convenience.

 

Regars...........



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Posted 20 April 2013 - 05:32 PM

Just wanted to let you know that through "trial and error" the situation has been resolved. Please disregard :whistle:






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