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Everytime I close Internet Explorer 7, I receive the following error:

[Internet Explorer has stopped working. Windows is checking for a solution to the problem.]

Then a few seconds later get another message:

[A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution becomes available.]

Then internet explorer restarts. Internet explorer runs fine. I just can't get the program to close. I tried disabling add-ons. Tried to re-install internet explorer, but when I go to the download it recognizes that I already have internet explorer and will not let me download. It says that:

[Your computer already has Internet Explorer 7. It is included with Windows Vista, the operating system you are running.]

It does not show up in add/remove programs to uninstall/re-install. How can I remove this annoying error when closing Internet Explorer There are no current updates that I've seen to maybe try to reverse this problem.

I appreciate any help that can be offered!!!



Re: Search, Organize and Visualize in Windows Vista internet explorer 7 error. Please help!

codemaestro

I am also using IE7 but I have not encountered with any such sort of problme. Probably, you can reinstall IE7. Any other comments




Re: Search, Organize and Visualize in Windows Vista internet explorer 7 error. Please help!

Parasaran

Try Disabling the UAC (User Access Control) from the Control Panel..

Also uninstall Y! and Google toolbars if present...

Hope this helps!!






Re: Search, Organize and Visualize in Windows Vista internet explorer 7 error. Please help!

ladyjanem

I am working with XP pro & IE7.0 - have experienced the same problems for the past 2 months - for the most part- I have been ignoring it as much as possible.

It can become very very annoying that everytime I close IE - I have to wait for the error message & close that also

I have also downloaded the updates

tried uninstall & re-install

this is a company computer

- so I haven't tried smashing it with a hammer yet.

because I am somewhat limited on what I can try

if anyone has a logical solution let me know




Re: Search, Organize and Visualize in Windows Vista internet explorer 7 error. Please help!

dpb1979

I am another case that has the problem and also has not found a solution. I noticed it started after I downloaded the updates for Vista. I hope someone at MS is listening.




Re: Search, Organize and Visualize in Windows Vista internet explorer 7 error. Please help!

jhst

Me too. Using Vista Home Premium. was workign fine, then suddenly not. I suspect a windows update ahs caused the problem, but not sure which. I have found that if you go through control panel, internet options, Advanced and then 'Reset Internet Explorer Settings' that i can can then open IE7 -- but only once. Once I close and try to re-open it comes back toteh same problem. No probelms with Firefox.





Re: Search, Organize and Visualize in Windows Vista internet explorer 7 error. Please help!

jimheim

Just adding my name to the list. Closing down Internet Explorer used to work fine and I really don't know what has changed to be causing this now..........






Re: Search, Organize and Visualize in Windows Vista internet explorer 7 error. Please help!

ronenfe

uninstalling yahoo toolbar and yahoo browsing ie(or something like that) , fixed it for me.




Re: Search, Organize and Visualize in Windows Vista internet explorer 7 error. Please help!

la maga

Add my name to the list.

I got a laptop last week, it was working OK but a couple of days ago I started having the same problem.

It started the day I installed AT&T DSL service. Before, I was connected to my university network and it was fine. Do you think it has something to do with DSL

I figured out that the message "the program .... stopped working, Windows is checking for a solution...." also pops out when I try to close the Roxio Easy Media Creator 7, but in this case it doesn't try to restart. Every time I open iExplorer or Roxio I get the User Account Control message "an unidentified program wants access to your computer (cancel or allow)". I tryed disabling the Account Manager Controls and now I don't get the message when opening iExplorer but it didn't fix the problem when closing.

I don't think it's the Yahoo toolbar because it was always there and it didn't cause problems before.

I also uninstalled some junk software that came pre-installed.

So far, I found thet the only way to close iExplore is to use the Task manager.

I'm hoping that somebody will find a better one.





Re: Search, Organize and Visualize in Windows Vista internet explorer 7 error. Please help!

ronenfe

i suggest you try uninstalling the dsl first ,if it doesn't help try to uninstall yahoo and other toolbars or add ons to the ie 7.




Re: Search, Organize and Visualize in Windows Vista internet explorer 7 error. Please help!

TLinke

I also have run into this problem. It dosen't seem that anyone has a correct solution to this problem!





Re: Search, Organize and Visualize in Windows Vista internet explorer 7 error. Please help!

Sanket Sahi

HI,

Please add my name too. I have shifted to Mozilla Firefox works million times better than IE. I beleive its the update which has caused this widespread. And to worse MICROSOFT will charge you if you call them just to add some pennies for B. GATES. We cant ignore MS OS but there are lot of other option available than their crappy softwares and its error.

Thanks





Re: Search, Organize and Visualize in Windows Vista internet explorer 7 error. Please help!

Daniel Kuppitz

See this post.

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Regards,

Daniel Kuppitz





Re: Search, Organize and Visualize in Windows Vista internet explorer 7 error. Please help!

anwar123

dear sir /madam

when i open some of the sites my inter net explorer jamed every time. then i ve to close every thing.

please help me with this problem. i ve down loaded ik7 internet. i am using window xp svc pack2. with p4.

thanks




Re: Search, Organize and Visualize in Windows Vista internet explorer 7 error. Please help!

penaf

Regards to all,

Follow these instructions:

Open the internet options, go to Advanced Tab, and disable the options "Enable third-party browser extensions*", and that's it.

Close your internet windows, and maybe you see the error for last time, just remember it, because will be the last.

Hasta la vista.