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    I get exactly the same as you describe on these two sites with IE 10 but haven't checked them out yet with IE 11.

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    I wondered if others could try another site I've discovered is even more incompatible with IE10 - it crashes the tab/browser window every time - vente-privee.com. It's a private sales site, with a 5MB-ish full-screen MP4 as the homepage. Trying to log-in or clicking anywhere else on the site, causes the tab to freeze and no amount of "Recover webpage" rectifies the problem. Repeatedly recovering the tab eventually produces an ieframe.dll error, which is a little beyond my understanding.

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    Works fine on my Windows 7 PC with IE 11.

    Jerry

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    I've looked into "ieframe.dll error ie10" and tried a couple of the suggested fixes:

    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/i...1-11cc99e750c5

    Method 1: 'No Add-on' mode for IE10 - result: better performance

    Method 3: reset all IE settings (though not personal ones) and rebooted - result: I was given a 'welcome to ie10' tab, which I hadn't received before. I selected the 'recommended' security settings and left the default add-on settings as they were, except for:

    Enabled: Avast Online Security

    Left Disabled:
    - Java Plug-in SSV Helper 7.0.510
    - SimplyGen Complitly (malware I uninstalled)

    Nothing really has changed, though I'll give methods 2 and 4 a go, before I trial IE11.

    For interest, iexplore*32 has now appeared in the Task Manager, and this is the current state of my add-ons:
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    It worked okay for me in IE 10 using the bottom menu options, but the T & C page seemed a little sluggish filling its own separate tab to the swordfish swimming about.

    You should be able to click on that SimplyGen add-on and select Remove.

    You will need to restart IE in normal mode and manually disable the remaining Enabled add-ons and enable just one at a time to see which one or more are causing the freezes, but there are three links for MS Fixits in this article you can try http://blogs.technet.com/b/yongrhee/...-or-hangs.aspx
    Last edited by Sudo15; 2014-03-27 at 05:21.

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