ie 11 problem

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by moiloon, Aug 30, 2016.

  1. moiloon

    moiloon MDL Novice

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    hi I recently did a clean install of windows 7 ultimate, after solving the windows update issue (hanging at windows update) ive now got a problem with ie11 constantly crashing on every page I try and visit, windows says its fully up to date via windows update , this is driving me insane and would love someone to point me in the right direction to resolve, ive uninstalled ie11, reinstalled to no avail , constant crashing

    best regards moiloon
     
  2. ofernandofilo

    ofernandofilo MDL Member

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    #2 ofernandofilo, Aug 30, 2016
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  3. moiloon

    moiloon MDL Novice

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    thanks for your prompt reply
    I will try disable addons one at a time to find problem.
    id rather use ie than firefoxor chrome tbh
     
  4. Joe C

    Joe C MDL Guru

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    You can also attempt to restore IE to it's default settings:
    Control Panel/Internet Options/Advanced tab/"Reset Internet Explorer Settings" click "Reset" tab
    You will lose previous settings
     
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  5. OldMX

    OldMX MDL Senior Member

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    Check the event viewer for starters, see what is causing your browser crash and provide us that information so we can help you.
     
  6. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Try:

    Run sfc /scannow in an elevated cmd

    Booting windows in safe mode + network and try MSIE11
    Reset MSIE11 as Joe C mentioned
     
  7. kaljukass

    kaljukass MDL Addicted

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    Typically similar problem occurs when you use a link security checker, for example Advanced System Care, Avast etc.
    IE did not suffer nothing more than only the EasyList.
     
  8. PhaseDoubt

    PhaseDoubt MDL Expert

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    I had a similar problem. On my system IE11 was an update. I uninstalled the update, reinstalled IE10, tweaked IE10 the way I wanted it then installed IE11 with a full installer download (I think a full install) and all was well. I eventually uninstalled IE11 because I later discovered it truncated Outlook 2003 emails which I thought was absolutely ludicrous. The fix for that was to use Word 2003 as the email editor which I hated doing. I subsequently went back to IE10 and installed Microsoft's IE11 blocker. It was always odd to me that Microsoft provided a way to block their own latest browser they thought so highly of.

    After that, it's Chrome and Firefox for me; IE11 was just too big a pain in the tucus.