Internet Exporer 6 problem

Discussion in 'Windows Update' started by Cristian Popescu, Sep 10, 2003.

  1. Hi,
    My Internet Explorer 6 has started all of a sudden to
    close itself every other minute. There is a message saying
    that it has detected a problem and will close the program
    and that's it. I have Windows 98. Anybody has any idea why
    it might do this?
    Cristian Popescu, Sep 10, 2003
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  2. Cristian Popescu

    David Guest

    have the same problem. If you get any help would you
    forward the suggestions to me.

    David, Sep 11, 2003
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  3. Cristian Popescu

    andy Guest

    have you tried updating the new patch from Msoft regarding
    andy, Sep 11, 2003
  4. Hi..I have same problems here..I've updated and
    reinstalled IE 6 few times..somtimes close windows on its
    own, and most of times freezing the windows/websites I am
    surfing or working what's the problem? I have
    Windows XP and just bought this new computer last March
    or April 2003 and it started having problems twice since
    then and now more freezing and closing windows. Any
    advice or suggestion about this? Deaf Sharon Ann
    Deaf Sharon Ann, Sep 11, 2003
  5. Depending on where the crash occurred and your level of maintenance
    the most common reason can be that you have interfering third-party
    programs installed (e.g. bad BHO or spyware, collectively known as
    "malware") which causes crashes in standard service modules
    (e.g. due to bad interface setup).

    This is not the correct forum to diagnose these crashes.
    And, in any case, you should search using Google Groups
    first to find out how to diagnose them or at least to find out what
    information you should be giving when you report them.

    For example, use the following search to see how distressingly
    common your problem is and what advice is normally given for it:

    ("bad BHO" spyware) group:microsoft.*.ie6.browser

    (If you're not familiar with Google Groups copy this link
    to your Address bar and press enter:
    Then paste the above search criteria into its search box.)

    Click on Sort by Date to get the most recent perspective
    of the problem. Right-click on each View Thread... link
    in the results list and select Open in New Window to read
    the entire thread so you can see how these reports progress
    from (typically) an incomplete problem description, through guesses
    at suggestions and requests for more information, to (occasionally)
    a reported resolution or (more frequently) end of thread.

    Good luck

    Robert Aldwinckle
    Robert Aldwinckle, Sep 11, 2003
  6. I had the same problem and found that I had to "W.32
    blaster virus. I have now removed this with a Virus

    Valerie Selby, Sep 11, 2003
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