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Internet Explorer 9 Problem in Win 7


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Everytime I open a new tab in IE9 in Windows 7, a a message comes up and says "Internet Explorer has stopped working". Are there any solutions to this?

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Start IE with it's safe mode (All addons disabled).

Should tell you whether it's an addon crashing it or the browser itself.

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I open a tab, then close the tab, then open another tab and a message pops up "internet explorer has stopped working". I looked at the reliability report, and show IE crashing almost everyday. Perhaps I just need to see if there are any updates available etc, that may fix it.

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Is that with IE9's safemode enabled?

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I typed in reliablity in the search and is where I brought up the reliability report, its a very useful tool! I will try your advice!

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try uninstalling IE9 and then re-installing it and then install the latest IE9 security updates

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Install IE10. I can't think of any reasons why you'd want to stick with with an aging browser version.

If you still have issues afterwards, then the problem is likely with some underlying system components in Windows rather than the browser itself.

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Have you tried to reset Internet Explorer settings?

Control Panel -> Internet Options -> Advanced tab -> Reset...

Alternatively, just search for it in the Start Search box in the Start menu.

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