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#1 trydeep

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Posted 19 January 2007 - 01:55 AM

Hello every one on board .............


I am a PC user with only hands on training. Recently I installed an internet cnnection on my p.c and since then it started running slow. There is a pop up message with a heading " iexplore.exe application error" the contents give out some number of file which could not be read. it asks to click OK to terminate. this happens everytime I close an internet window.

I am unable to do any work since the system is getting slower and slower. I have installed an AVG ANTIVIRUS which is not stopping the problem.

Please help me soon before my system crashes or I crash it to stop the endless waiting hours......


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#2 fozzie

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Posted 19 January 2007 - 04:06 AM

Welcome to BC. In order to determin your problem please list the files you appear to be missing. Which version of IE are you using? Which operating system? By any chance did you install the Yahoo toolbar?




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