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    Each time I try to close IE7, or go to it from a link in an email, I get that MICROSOFT HAS TO CLOSE THIS PROGRAM, and I always click to "Send Error Report".
    Anyone else have this problem, or know how to resolve it?
    Thanks for any input.

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    sorry but I don't know where to hit submit to ask a question.

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    [quote name='garilous' post='771758' date='22-Apr-2009 10:57']Each time I try to close IE7, or go to it from a link in an email, I get that MICROSOFT HAS TO CLOSE THIS PROGRAM, and I always click to "Send Error Report".[/quote]

    Most IE7 (and other versions) unusual problems are related to add-ons. What happens if you run IE7 without addons - Start | All Programs | Accessories | System Tool | Internet Explorer (no add-ons). If that makes a difference in IE you can use Tools | Manage addons to disable addons individually until you identify the culprit.

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    My computer runs Windows 2000 and Internet Explorer 6, and I just received the same message. I dutifully sent an error report, then followed the link for the knowledge base and discovered what I believe is really a marketing ploy to get us to install the Automatic Update software.

    Several years ago, I turned AutoUpdate off because it was going to upload a version of something my computer can't run, might have been Outlook Express 7, but don't quote me on that. Now that my computer is seriously out of date, I need to selectively download some updates, and that will involve figuring out what I need and posting questions to this "best of all in world" forums.

    Cheers and good luck with your computer.

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    [quote name='joeperez' post='771775' date='22-Apr-2009 17:48']Most IE7 (and other versions) unusual problems are related to add-ons. What happens if you run IE7 without addons - Start | All Programs | Accessories | System Tool | Internet Explorer (no add-ons). If that makes a difference in IE you can use Tools | Manage addons to disable addons individually until you identify the culprit.

    Joe[/quote]


    Thanks Joe, I've been mostly using Firefox lately, but like to have both browsers up at once. I'll try what you suggested.

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