Internet Explorer Problem

  • playa13uk
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Post 3+ Months Ago

hi i'm new to this website and have just recently joined, as I thought that this website would be able to help me with any rpoblems that I may encounter whilst using my computer.

In this case I have encoutered a problem with my internet explorer; each time I click on a separate link on a website, a new link opens up and takes ages to load to end up becoming blank.

This is a very persistent problem, that to be honest is really annoying me.

If there is anyway you can help me or basically know how to solve this problem, reply back to this message, when possible.

I am in the UK, and the time now is 22:41 and so will not probably look at your reply till tomorrow.

Thanks.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Try downloading another browser like Opera (http://opera.com) or Mozilla (http://mozilla.org) and see if the problem persists. If so, it might be a problem with your computer or internet; if not, visit Microsoft's website and check the Knowledge Baseto see if your problem has been reported.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I'm thinking this problem could be somewhat complex. I remember somebody else that just posted the same question recently and it hasn't been resolved yet, nor my own issue which appears to be possibly related.

I'll try to order this so you can follow it:
Start here and read the MS Knowledge Base articles:

http://www.mvps.org/inetexplorer/answer ... nk_windows

This one is probably least likey to fix the problem, but most likely to fix mine, so I'll have to do some further research on it:
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=823386

This is the one that I think addresses the problem the best:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.as ... US;Q816405

All that aside, I would try this first:
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If the IE repair tool is available to you (control panel, add/remove programs, highlight IE, select add/remove) - running a repair will often fix the above associations automatically.
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Post 3+ Months Ago

thanks, for both of your replies.

Since last checking this website, I have carried out all the resolutions that you have suggested to help me with this internet explorer problem.

However, the problem is that I have visited the links that you have posted in relation to the Microsoft website to help me solve this problem and have not neccessaruly been able to help me.

I have not been able to use the ''registry edit' method suggested by Microsoft because I do not understand what to do when I have to 'add a new value', beacuse there are various types to add.

This may all sound a bit complicated and a bit random, but that is because I have tried the Microsoft link to help me, with the problem with their 'registry edit'.

So, I have decided until I can solve this problem I will install a new browser for now, suggessted by 'maggie' (thanks) such as Opera.

Thanks for both of your help.

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