Find topic and close program or close program

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Allan, Jul 18, 2007.

  1. Allan

    Allan Guest

    When I try to download a certain thing or try and do something on the net
    this box comes up and no matter what I choose I cannot get through to get
    what I want. It is like when I want to download a diagnostic tool for HP and
    then this box pops up. Is there a workaround tom this or do mwe just have to
    live with the way it is. Thanks guys.
     
    Allan, Jul 18, 2007
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  2. Allan

    Leonard Grey Guest

    Allan:

    You won't get anywhere in this newsgroup if you expect us to know what
    "a certain thing" is, or what "try and do something on the net" means,
    or what "this box" is; and nobody can guess what versions of Windows and
    Internet Explorer you have or make sense of your Subject line. You need
    to ask a specific, detailed question and summarize the issue with a few
    well-chosen words in the Subject line. Give us a break so we can help you.
     
    Leonard Grey, Jul 18, 2007
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  3. Allan

    Allan Guest

    I am useing windows Vista with IE7. It is a security box forbidding me to go
    any farther than either close this program or find then solution and then
    close this program. Either way it will close the program.

    Allan
     
    Allan, Jul 18, 2007
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  4. Allan

    Leonard Grey Guest

    You always need to post the exact wording of an error message - it makes
    a difference. You also need to describe exactly what you were trying to
    do when you saw the error message.

    Most problems with IE 7 in Vista have one or more of these causes:

    1) Incompatible add-ons - run IE 7 without add-ons.

    Right-click the Internet Explorer icon on your desktop and select Start
    Without Add-ons

    If this solves your problem, enable add-ons one at a time until you find
    the add-on that is causing your problem. Remove that add-on and replace
    it with a version (from the publisher) that supports IE 7.

    2) Configuration issues - Reset IE 7 to its defaults

    Tools > Internet Options > Advanced tab > Reset Internet Explorer
    settings > Reset button > close IE 7 and restart it

    3) Viruses and other malicious software (collectively known as
    'malware') - Scan your system for malicious software with /several/ of
    the better online scanners (Kaspersky, Eset, Trend Micro, Panda, Sophos,
    Symantec etc.) and, if necessary, submit a HiJack This log to one of the
    expert web sites that analyze these logs.
     
    Leonard Grey, Jul 18, 2007
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  5. Allan

    Gistcheckin Guest

    Gistcheckin, Jul 18, 2007
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