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#1 rksiv


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Posted 16 January 2005 - 04:00 PM

is there anything that i can do to eliminate critical errors. whenever i go to certain websites, internet explorer says that it has to close.

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Posted 16 January 2005 - 04:29 PM

That is a really hard error to diagnose. Have you tried a repair of IE? Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Information>Tools>Internet Explorer Repair Tool. You can also try to do a repair IF IE is listed in Add/remove Programs by highlighting it and clicking remove. This will give you the option to roll it back.

This can also be caused by a bad install of a Critical Update for IE. You can also find those in Add/Remove Programs. Try uninstalling them one at a time.

Look in Tools>Internet Options>General tab>Settings>View Objects. This is a list of installed plugins. If any show as corrupted then right click them and remove. When you run across a site that needs anything you remove you will be prompted to reinstall it.

Another issue can be a bad or corrupted Flash installation. Go here and download the uninstall program and run it. Then go back to macromedia.com and reinstall it.

I wish I could guarantee that some of this will work but its really a crapshoot. The only sure way to be rid of that error is to use another browser!

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