2012-05-29

Top 3 fixes for: Internet Explorer won't start, IE7, IE8, IE9 opens then closes immediately

I have been having this issue for years and I found the final solution just yesterday! So I thought I would post it here and hopefully help out thousands of other people like me.

Before I explain the solution let me describe the problem in detail. For some unknown reason, I have always had this problem on my main computer with Internet Explorer 9: whenever I want to run it, a blank window appears for 0.1 second then closes instantly, without any error message or anything. The solutions I describe are valid for Internet Explorer 7 (IE7), Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) and Internet Explorer 9 (IE9). I am running Windows 7 but the solutions also work for Windows Vista and Windows XP.

There are three solutions here, among which two are the official solutions proposed by Microsoft. Let me tell you right off - Microsoft's solutions had no effect, so you might want to skip to the last one immediately.

  1. Solution 1: deleting all IE settings so as to remove potentially blocking add-ons
  2. Solution 2: uninstalling and reinstalling IE completely
  3. Solution 3: running a script that cleans your registry and re-registers missing DLLs
Read on for a detailed description of each of these three solutions.

Solution 1 (by Microsoft)

The problem is perfectly described on a support page entitled "Internet Explorer opens, flashes, and then closes immediately when you start it". That's exactly what happens here, except their solutions had no effect for me. Maybe you'll be luckier than I was?

So the first solution is to reset Internet Explorer to its default settings. After all, the problem you are having might be caused by an add-on that causes IE to crash or something. In order to proceed, either click the above link to download a tool that will clean up your IE settinsg, OR run the tool from your machine (yeah, the tool should already be installed on your machine):
1) Open the Internet Options applet from the control panel
2) Go to the Advanced tab
3) Click the "Reset Settings" button
4) Make sure the "Delete personal settings" box is ticked and press OK.
5) Try running IE again and see if that fixed it.



Solution 2 (by Microsoft)

If that didn't help, you can try their second recommendation, which is basically to uninstall and reinstall Internet Explorer. The process is simple and there is actually no installer to run.
Uninstalling:
1) Open the Programs and Features applet from the control panel (Add/Remove programs in XP)
2) Click the "Turn Windows Features on or off" link on the left
3) Untick Internet Explorer in the list of programs that shows up
4) Restart your computer
Reinstalling: do the exact same, except you tick the box.
If you have an older version of Internet Explorer, I recommend downloading Internet Explorer 9 (offline installer, not one of those stupid web installers that always fail).



Solution 3 by Kai Schätzl - the ultimate fix!

If like me none of the above worked, you must try Kai Schätzl's delicious script. You have no idea how thankful I am, Mr. Kai. Basically, all you have to do is download one of the below scripts:
- If you are running Windows 32-bit, download this: Internet Explorer 7/8/9 repair script for Win32
- If you are running Internet Explorer 32-bit version on Windows 64-bit, download this: IE 7/8/9 repair script for IE 32bit on Win64
- If you are running Internet Explorer 64-bit on Windows 64-bit, download this: IE 7/8/9 repair script for IE on Win64

Once you have that downloaded, extract the ZIP archive, you will find a .cmd file (command-line batch file). It contains instructions that will repair your system and allow Internet Explorer to finally work again. DISREGARD the filename: it's called "IE8" but it works with IE7, IE8 and IE9. To run it, right-click the file and click "Run as administrator".



After it finishes running, start Internet Explorer and voila! You can now use the world's worst web browser again. Download Google Chrome now!

161 comments:

Anonymous said...

Worked great after nothing from Microsoft worked.
Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Didn't work for me IE64 version 8.

Shadow said...

I can`t believe this worked! I tried everything and I believe my issue was because I have a sata drive and another drive separating ie and the OS. Anyway... I didn`t believe this would work, yet it did. Thanks a lot!

Anonymous said...

Options 3 worked a treat for me, Thank You Very Much

Clément Nedelcu said...

Glad I wrote something that helped at least 3 persons out there in this world :-)

Anonymous said...

Option 3 for me.

I tried all the Microsoft fixes and nothing worked.

Thanks for pointing out Option 3, you saved me some time.

Anonymous said...

I used Option 1 and it worked a treat. Fantastic, I have been trying to solve this for many many months.

Brillant journal, thank you so much for this help and taking the time to publish this.

Jay dub said...

Recently I had some pretty bad virus's that changed many things with my start up, programs, and applications such as IE8.

After neither of the microsoft tricks worked, option 3 worked as described. Within about 1 minute IE8 was back up and running on my WIN Xp computer.

THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH.

Anon said...

WOW. Could not have been an easier, faster, or more perfect solution. Awesome. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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Anonymous said...

Worked great. ie8 on win xp. thank you!

Anonymous said...

I solved this by doing a system restore on a date that everything worked.

Anonymous said...

Still nothing worked for me. I have to get IE working. I need some paperwork from a court house and all they use is IE. Once I get all that done I am going back to Chrome. I have been working on this for months.

Anonymous said...

None of these 3 options worked. Windows 7 64-bit. Neither IE8 or IE9 work.

Clément Nedelcu said...

^ to the above. Did you try the right fix for your 64-bit system?

If you are using Internet Explorer 64 bit version, use this script: here

If you are using IE 32 bits under Windows 64 bits, you need this one.

Try these, it really won't hurt your system. all it does basically is (re)register some DLLs who are required by Internet Explorer.

Aman said...

Thanks!!! You are wonderful...
Was looking for a fix for several months...
Why didn't I see your site before???

Thanks a lot!!! :D :D

Jade said...

Thanks for the solutions!

I tried Option 1 first, and it worked. But when I closed the explorer and reopened it, it closes immediately again.

Then I tried Option 3. It also worked, but similarly, the second time I opened the browser, it closed again. But when I opened again, it worked, and so on...

Basically, I was able to successfully launch the browser in my every other attempt. I guess I just have to be happy with that.

Thanks!

Clément Nedelcu said...

Haha wow, this is really weird. I can't believe IE is so dodgy. At least we should be getting some kind of error message. What are the developers thinking?

Anonymous said...

Went right to option 3 after trying a bunch of suggested "fixes" from Microsoft the day before. Worked great!

Mark Peterson said...

How do I download the script for option three if IE doesn't work?

Anonymous said...

What a star you are!

This is the only thing that worked (solution 3).

Thanks

Anonymous said...

NUMBER 3 for the WIN!!! Thank You

Anonymous said...

Option 3 worked, for one time. Then I opened a shortcut to a website and started doing the flash thing again.????

Anonymous said...

Option #3 worked.

Thank You!

Anonymous said...

Option 3 worked after I had an exhausting 3 day research into this issue. The only thing I can advise the author is to include more keywords in the title (like IE opens and carashed, instead of just IE opens and closes, etc. so other people can find the solution faster :)

Thanks for finding this automated script that re-registers .dll files etc. to return IE to its original functionality - very much appreciated!!!

Anonymous said...

Fantastic! I've spent days running around in circles trying to get IE8 running again, this did it in a few minutes!

pc asta said...

Thanks for this post, i will try that.

joseph brown said...

Thanks for this post, i will try that.

Anonymous said...

I have a 32-bit xp machine and had tried almost everything before this with no success. Trying to uninstall ie8, couldn't; trying to uninstall sp3, couldn't; registry changes; no-add-in start up; safe mode; etc. This fixed everything in 1 minute. THANKS, Fantastic!!!

raj said...

Worked for me aswell, thanks you so much, after tryin gfor hours , your fix was only one that worked. appreciate the help

Anonymous said...

Hi, this cmd in option 3 worked! Thanks very much for this fix, now ie8 on win XP is working properly again! Best wishes!

Megan McGee said...

Grr... none of this worked for me. Even option 3, and I tried all 3 downloads. I have Win7 64 and IE9 32. I don't know why that is, but I disabled IE a LONG time ago, now that I need it even when I enable it it just opens for a second and closes. I think it may be time to reinstall my Win7.

Anonymous said...

So every time I click one of your links, it takes me to some movie downloader. Wtf?

Anonymous said...

I'm not a computer wizard. How do you download something when your internet won't open??? I'm using my wife's computer to search for solutions. I hit the reset button on my internet trying to fix some things (as told) and now when i try to open it, it opens as you say, for a second and then gone.

Clément Nedelcu said...

"So every time I click one of your links, it takes me to some movie downloader. Wtf?"
=> Hello, you must be clicking an ad banner instead of the actual download button. Those ads can be sneaky.

"I'm not a computer wizard. How do you download something when your internet won't open???" => use someone else's computer to download the fix, copy it onto a USB drive and run it on your computer. It doesn't take a computer wizard ... :-)

Anonymous said...

Works for me. Thank YOU!!!

Mohammad Asghar Shah said...

Hey it is OK, if you are working on your computer and you wanna do. You can't guide your customer, user will run-away, thats its not working.

Mohammad Asghar Shah said...

it is really useless for me, i can do anything for me, but who will guide your client, user will run-away, that its not working, why other then IE don't have any problem. IE sucks always....

Anonymous said...

option 3 worked for me. Thanks. ie9 win 7 32bits

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much. Windows 7 64bit IE9.

Anonymous said...

AWESOME! I had tried everything or 2 days. MS fixes didn't work, but fix 3 did it. I can not thank you enough. I am so glad I found your article. I will be keeping track of your page for sure from now on.

Anonymous said...

I cant do 3 because i cant even open the internet to download a file

Anonymous said...

omg - i can't believe this worked! I have been trying all the fixes and regedits and tweaks for almost 2 week and nothing worked. This fixed my IE and my lost explorer search button. Thanks sooo much!

Anonymous said...

Options 3 worked a treat for me, Thank You Very Much

Anonymous said...

didnt work for me. IE9 64 bit. any more ideas?

Anonymous said...

How do you extract the zip archive? I compledted the solution 3 download but don't know where to go from there.

Anonymous said...

Hi! You're brilliant! This not only fixed my IE, but my Turbo Tax problems were obviously related, and now I can download tax forms again! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Worked for me, IE8 32-bit! Awesome download!

Anonymous said...

#3 worked! Thanks! I have had major issues with installing chrome on xp. If it doesn't work this time, I will definitely be writing you! Thanks again!

Oahudreamin said...

Option 3 worked great! Thanks for saving the day!

老梁 said...

only Solution 3 the ultimate fix worked for me -- when I uninstall / re-installed IE10 in wrong way, that even caused my IE8 totally disabled.
Thank you Very much!!

Michael Holliday said...

I am running Window's 7 with a 64 bit operating system. How do I find out whether W7 is 32 bit or 64 bit and how do I find out whether IE is 32 bit or 64 bit?

Aaron Burleson said...

After a partner spent hours trying other fixes, I found yours and #3 did it! Keep the fixes coming! Thanks. Win7 64bit 32bit IE.

Anonymous said...

thanks..was very helpful

Patricia Finney said...

I tried all 3 and I must be missing something with #3. I didn't get a file in Winzip, I got the iLivid Download, and the download failed from there. Did you leave some details out about how to actually download the script? Everything I click on leads to iLivid and nothing else! Help!

Clem said...

Patricia: you must be clicking one of the ad banners, I assume. These can be sneaky. Look for the actual download button, haha.

Patricia Finney said...

Clem, I know what the Download button looks like, and when I click on it I get iLivid. When I click on your link that says 'click here' it goes to iLivid. Everything that should take me to your script download takes me to iLivid download. Why is that?

Patricia Finney said...

Holy Cow I finally figured out what to click on, got it downloaded and it looks like it worked! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Method 1 and 2 failed. Method 3 was just what the doctor ordered! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Is there an option 4? Windows 7, 64 bit system, 64 bit IE. GRRR. I can't run Quickbooks or Skype. Geek Squad couldn't even fix it using their online service.

Anonymous said...

How do I download the third option when I cannot access to the internet Helppppp

Anonymous said...

Option 3 for 32 bit worked after all esle failed. THANKS

Osiris Zuberi said...

I was having a real issue trying to restore internet explorer and I was nearing the end of my rope when I found this site. I was able to folow the instructions and solve the problem. Thank you so much. You have been extremely helpful.

Osiris Zuberi

Anonymous said...

Didn't work for me - but I suspect that my problem is caused by an MS update.
what can you do about that?
I've tried uninstalling the update, but it gives an error message saying it can't uninstall some parts.
Any suggestions?
thanks

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Pieter van Holland said...

I have WinXP (32 bits) and none of the three solutions worked separately.
Then I did a combination starting with solution #3 and then disabling IExplorer as in solution #2. Finally, after restarting the computer I did a fresh installation of IExplorer 8 from an installer downloaded from Microsoft using a second computer and a USB stick (because the first computer had no browser yet).
This combination did the trick. Thank you Clement!

Pieter van Holland said...

I have WinXP (32 bits) and none of the three solutions worked separately.
Then I did a combination starting with solution #3 and then disabling IExplorer as in solution #2. Finally, after restarting the computer I did a fresh installation of IExplorer 8 from an installer downloaded from Microsoft using a second computer and a USB stick (because the first computer had no browser yet).
This combination did the trick. Thank you Clement!

Anonymous said...

Options 1 & 2 never worked, so I've tried option 3. After trying all three scripts, my inernet explorer still doesn't work. I made sure I ran the .cmd files properly for each one and waited for the script to finish and 'press any key to continue', and still my internet explorer doesn't work.

Can anyone help me?

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

Anonymous said...

PLease help, trying to download for option 3 and a dialogue box appears that says 'preparing internet explorer 7, 8 and 9 repair script...' but nothing further ever happens

Anonymous said...

just wanted to say thanks..solution 1 worked great

Anonymous said...

Awesome - really really thank you! I'd tried everything and I was sceptical and just a little afraid of running Option 3. IT WORKED!

Anonymous said...

I went straight to step 3 to try the IE fix script first. I had some difficulty, as WinZip sux, never made sense to me, also instructions didn't account for the fact that you have to perform the download on another computer first to a portable media and upload to trouble computer, and the computer I was trying to fix was all in Russian (Cyrillic). I did the download to a CD, loaded it to the troubled computer, never had to perform an Extraction as the instructions indicate (just double-clicked the uploaded file), and it did not fix the issue. Then I went to step 1 and performed an IE Reset which appears to have fixed the issue. So maybe both the Reset and Script need to be performed to fix the issue? Or at least in some cases? Either way, your IE instructions got me the desired result. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Option three worked like a charm. Much Appreciated!

Anonymous said...

The third one worked like a charm. Thanks!

mandelmus said...

Thanks for this info. None of these appeared to work, but discovered what might have caused the problem. Apparently, IE was waiting for SuperAntiSpyware, which was waiting for Intel Rapid Storage Technology (RST) (which was set to delayed auto start under Services). After about 7 minutes, Intel RST started, SuperAntiSpyware started, and IE started.

James Boelter said...

Option 3 worked like a charm. Took me a while to pick out the actual download vs. the ad banners, and I had to choose the manual download vs. the automatic one, but once I ran the actual script, I was back in business.

Thanks so much for your help!

Mike Hughes said...

Just uncheck Enable Protected mode under the security tab. If you can't open the internet options because IE won't open, right click on the IE icon and run as administrator.

Mayoor said...

Thanks a lot option 3 worked

Anonymous said...

Thank you option 3 worked instantly and I am not a computer whiz...to those who asked how do you download the file if you cannot open internet explorer is that you have to download it on another computer using a flash drive. Obviously you are on another computer if you are seeing this. Instead of running the file, click save and save it to your flash drive. Then all you have to do is click on it on your flash drive when you plug it into the non working computer and voila...Thank you again....I hope some really good things happen to you!!

Jenna Smith said...

Thanks for sharing this info.

Anonymous said...

OMG! Still trying to get Option 3 to work, but there are so many add-ons that I cannot even get to it. Ugh!

Anonymous said...

I am so appreciative for the options and explanation!

Thank you for taking the time to do this for us. Option 3 worked for me too.

My own IT people could not resolve the issue as you did!! THANK YOU Clement!

Fil Papa said...

Guys, I can't believe it.
It finally worked for me (IE8 XP 32bit)after months of frustration.
You people are amazing.

Fil Papa said...

Guys, I can't believe.
It finally worked for me (IE8 on XP 32 bit)after months of frustrating efforts while I was doing what Microsoft were suggesting.
You people are amazing!!!
Thanks a lot.

Anonymous said...

I tried all the options and they didn't work. For Solution 3, I downloaded it and then ran it but the file was named Tweakcube. Can you please help me?

Ambrish Kumar said...

Thanks a lot for this solution. Because i was frustrated due to this problem. Thanks again!!!!!!!!!!!!

Garry said...

I tried for hours, no luck. Found Clement's post. Used option 3. Problem resolved in 5 minutes. Resolved issue on IE11 (yes, eleven) using Win 7 32 bit.
Tthanks so much.

Anonymous said...

How long does it need to run ? It says Preparing Internet Explorer etc etc..

Anonymous said...

Unbelievable! I had tried everything without success until I found your page. Option 3 did the trick for me, and I very much appreciate your posting this topic.

Anonymous said...

S.A.V.I.O.U.R. _/\_

jojo j said...

How to extract the zip archive?

Anonymous said...

you should be the one who works for windows because i contacted them and they didnt help at all only got me angry then i found you...ur a legend
thanks alot

Anonymous said...

my antivirus doesn't like the filetrip website where I have to download this. Did anyone else have a similar issue?

Clem said...

You can just download it from the original website (I posted the source in the article)

it's right here: http://iefaq.info/index.php?action=artikel&cat=42&id=133&artlang=en

Deb said...

How do you download a fix if the internet flashes then shuts down immediately! I tried to dl chrome from a link on the ms help pages, but it would not stay up long enough to connect.

It's funny, I can get on ms help online..but nothing else stays up. IE icon is dead, what's a mother to do?

senthilkr said...

Thank you very much for the script, it works.great.

PridePC said...

Wow. After a nasty virus infection I had everything working again EXCEPT IE 8 on XP. The script did wonders!

Anonymous said...

The little script worked for me tonight on IE 10. Thanks!

Peter Fields said...

Thanks, i had a strange problem where internet would work perfectly with Firefox with a proxy set but IE not at all in a business environement.

The scripts seem to have sorted everything out.

Anonymous said...

My advice: try anything but this script.

Ran full antivirus scan. Ran rootkit scan. All OK. In desperation I decided to try "the script."

Trying to download the script I got to a screen that forced me to accept a download for ilivid (?) or reboot. I rebooted - with only the usual windows startup stuff. Windows took a long, long time to start. So I ran chkdsk - it found a trashed filesystem - which I had it fix. Then windows ran, but IE still didn't run. I figured out a way around the "download my crapware or else" screen, downloaded the file, ran the script. IE still wouldn't work. Reboot - and all hell broke loose. Tried to use windows repair - it hung. Tried to reinstall windows from image - it hung. Finally used LINUX to repartition the drive. Then I was able to reinstall Windows. My advice: learn to live without IE, or find another fix. A friend gave ma a list of reg fixes - he said works. In all, only reformat and reinstall windows worked. Other than those problems, I had a good morning.
My advice: try anything but this script.

Anonymous said...


IEREREG-8 Version 1.09 for IE8 01.03.2011
by Kai Schaetzl http://iefaq.info
installs and registers (if suitable) all DLLs known to be used by IE8.
should only take a few seconds, but please be patient

Detected Windows XP
registering IE files
registering system files
correcting bugs in the registry
Erreur : Accès refusé.
all tasks have been finished

Appuyez sur une touche pour continuer...

May be an antivirus is bloking your script ?

Marcel

Clem said...

To the anonymous person who recommends not using the script: sorry about that, but you must have clicked an advert instead of the actual download link. Ads can be misleading, some companies (such as ilivid) trick people into clicking their banners instead of the real download buttons.

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Anonymous said...

thank you soo much ! I thought my laptop was damaged or something this really helps me !

Anonymous said...

Didn't quite work, thanks for the effort though, sounds like it worked for a lot of people.

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Thanks. I tried many other fixes. Option 3 worked. Brilliant!

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My Download of the script appears to come pre-loaded with a special offer junk addon to send user data back. Needless to say I didnt install

husi said...

Thanks a lot.Option 3 worked for me.

Anonymous said...

Option 3 worked, but I would rather have no IE than the junk that came along with this

Anonymous said...

Add me to the happy camper list! Thanks so much for the script!

Anonymous said...

All three did not work for me. I can run 64 bit IE 9 but not 32 bit which I need.

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Anonymous said...

Hi!!! I know that many have thanked you but I couldn't stop myself thanking you once again. The last fix worked for me like magic!! Thank you sooooooo much for all your help.
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Anonymous said...

If is works so well why are you required to download the other junk. I'm sorry but I didn't just fall off the turnip truck.

vette said...

How do you download if exploxer won't come up?

Anonymous said...

#1-Microsoft solution worked for me. It speeded up my internet, cleaned some stuff & blocks ads that used to come up. I tried the 3rd solution first, but I lost my key code & can't use the download app without the key so the link scanned my entire system, found 966 "problems" but could not clean them without the key. Had to "UNinstall" the software that scanned my computer to get the app window to go away. Whew.

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I can`t believe this worked! I tried everything and I believe my issue was because I have a sata drive and another drive separating ie and the OS. Anyway... I didn`t believe this would work, yet it did. Thanks a lot!

Swapnil Deshpande said...

None of them worked for me. :(

I use IE11 though. Any ideas?

Swapnil Deshpande said...

None of them worked for me (sadly) :-(

I use IE11 tough (so was, kind of expecting it)

I know IE is the worst browser ever but I *have* to use it. Any ideas?

blitzcrank said...

man thank you so much i wish u all the best :)u are my idol! it helped me after so much stress. again thank you so much i will now continue using chrome like u said :)

Anonymous said...

Omg thanks so much I set my Web Browser to default settings and bingo problem solved

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André Santos said...

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!
I have been trying to fix the IE on Win7 and nothing worked so far.
None of Microsoft suggestions worked for me.
Only running the script "ie8-rereg.32on64.cmd" file woked for me!
Amazing!

Psp. said...

Finally script worked..Good Post..Really Helped me ..Thank You..

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Anonymous said...

After 6 hours and all the tricks by Microsoft, the script did the work!
Thank you for your post! It's invaluable!!

Anonymous said...

I don't want all the other programs and things it requires I allow the program to install. I don't want all that stuff, just your fix. Why are you bundling all those things with it?

Sidhant said...

worked like charm...thanks

Anonymous said...

I downloaded it, got after a couple tries I found the right button...little blind. But once I actually got it and started it up, it downloaded to about 95% and then it started installing a bunch of viruses! WTF?

Anonymous said...

How are we going to download it if you rant using a web browser, I've been using my ipad,solution 3 can't be possible and should be removed..

Marcio said...

None of these work, but point me to solution.
Reseting permissions on "temporary internet files" made the trick

Anonymous said...

None of these options worked for me. Time for me to find someone who actually knows what they are talking about.

Anonymous said...

Some people may have trouble finding the real download script between the ads that look like downloads (I did, too). But it finally fixed Internet Explorer. Thank you!

STGO said...

It worked for IE 11.. I tried Microsoft fixes.. but didn't work. Thank you!

STGO said...

It worked for IE 11 !!
After doing all the Microsoft "fixes" .. finally this script fixed the issue! Thank you

STGO said...

Option 3! It worked for IE 11 !!
Micro$ofts solutions did't worked..
Thank you!

Anonymous said...

AWESOME - Option 1 worked for me, now I have stooped using explorer and started using google chrome.
Thanks heaps...

fred said...

fred from liverpool used option 1 worked strait away your the best mansnug

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Anonymous said...

Windows 7 64bit IE11 32Bit. Didn't work for me

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Anonymous said...

What a twat just a con to get you to download banadoo another program to take over your computer and make it even slower dont bother

jjthomas said...

Thank you!!! Awesome. This worked perfectly.
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Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot!!! Option 3 worked for me.. You are a life saver..

Anonymous said...

Option 3 works!!! Thank you!!!

Srinivas Naidu said...

Nice It's worked for me resetting to Default.

Thanks,

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Anonymous said...

Step 3 worked perfect after the other option proved fruitless. THANKS!

Ken said...

Domo arigatou for the Option 3, it didn't axactly fix what it supposedly does, but. Anyways, it Fixes my Google Chrome SSL Untrusted Connection problem somehow. But, still. Arigatou again.

Jai Lalchandani said...

THANKS A LOT
THE 3 STEP WORKS......

Zachary Jordan said...

Um.... I am on my brothers computer and none of the options worked, and a i couldnt try out option 3 because i cant get to the internet to download it on my computer.... Help please...

Zachary Jordan said...
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penzupal said...

Sorry, the KAI script and nothing else here, worked

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Luis Azurduy said...

How do I know if my IE or Windows is 32 or 64 bit?

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