why does my internet explorer 9 keeps crashing
Dunno why I cited those updates but let's try again (apologies for any duplicates). 1. Are ALL of the following updates currently listed in
View installed updates? (a) KB2722913, KB2705219, KB2712808 KB2731847 [NB: There are four updates this time, not three]; (b) KB2698365, KB2691442, KB2655992 KB2719985; (c) KB2685939, KB2686831 KB2709715; (d) KB2604115, KB2658846, KB2660649, KB2676, KB268, KB2690533, KB2695 (e) KB2654428, KB2645640 KB2644615. 2. Are Java Version 7 Update 7 (or higher) and Flash Player v11. 4. 402. 287 both installed now? 3. Does the behavior persist if you start IE9 in No Add-ons mode? в Start (All) Programs Accessories System Tools Internet Explorer (No add-ons) Note: Starting IE in No Add-ons mode is NOT the same as disabling all Add-ons manually! 4. Does the behavior persist after you open IE (in No Add-ons mode, if necessary) to [ignore any DOES NOT APPLY warning as well as the APPLIES TO section], run the Fix It and then reboot? Tip: For optimal results, enable the Delete personal settings option. "Digging" deeper to cover even more possibilities. 5a. Was (MSE) originally offered installed via Windows Update or did you intentionally choose to install it?  5b. In Windows Explorer [ WinKey+E ], navigate to right-click on в C:Program Files Microsoft Security Client =this folder Select Properties : What is the Created date displayed on the resulting General tab? 5c.
What Security Essentials version is currently installed? To find out, open MSE click on the downward-pointing arrow to the right of HELP then select ABOUT SECURITY ESSENTIALS. 5d. Did you uninstall AVG Free reboot before you installed MSE? 6a. Is IE9 "crashing" sudden, new behavior or.? Was IE8 "crashing" when AVG Free was installed? In fact, was IE8 ever "crashing" at all? 6b. When (exact date) was Windows Internet Explorer 9 installed according to Update History (this time)?  6c. Have you ever had occasion to uninstall Windows Internet Explorer 9 via View installed updates (only)? 7a. When (approx. date) did you do the clean install of Win7 64-bit? 7b. After you did the clean install of Win7 64-bit, which did you do first: (a) install AVG Free; or (b) check for install Windows Updates? 8. Did AVG Free ever detect remove anything while it was installed? 9. Has MBAM and/or SAS ever detected removed anything (other than third-party cookies)? 10. Do you have backups of ALL the changes that CCleaner Registry Cleaner has EVER made to the computer?  MSE became available in late September 2009, a month before Win7 became available on retail shelves.  Start Control Panel Windows Update Update History  Injudicious use of Registry cleaners may be playing a role here. TIP: If you ever again think your Registry needs to be cleaned, repaired, boosted, tuned-up, cured, tweaked, fixed, maximized, "swept" or optimised (it doesn't), read and draw your own conclusions.
Also see Internet Explorer 11 is a pretty stable browser and runs very well on Windows. But there maybe be times when you may find that, for some unknown reasons, your Internet Explorer freezes, crashes or frequently hangs in Windows 10/8/7 or that it does not load or start at all. You may even see a Internet Explorer has stopped working message. 1] To begin with, clear Internet Explorer Cache via it Settings or by using or run. Next, run your antivirus software to check for malware infections. and at the end, reboot if asked for. This will replace corrupted system files if any. Finally, Open IE, click Tools Internet Options Security Reset all Zones to Default level, and see if it helps. 2] If still, you find your IE giving problems,PPclose it and run. This opens up the browser without loading any add-ons, toolbars or plug-ins. If it works fine, then it is obviously one of your add-ons that may be causing problems. Use the Manage Add-ons tool, and disable each one after the other to find out which one is causing the problem. Try to narrow down and identify the offending add-on and then disable or remove it completely. 3] In Internet Options, go to Advanced Tab and click on Reset tab. Restart IE. The option deletes all temporary files disables any add-ons, plug-ins, toolbars, and resets all changed settings to default.
Although this is a quick-fix, you will have to re-install the add-ons. Incidentally, you can also. 4] and see if stops the crashes. You will find the setting under Internet Options Advanced tab. 5] You may want to read this article on how to and see if something helps you. 6] You can also see if the helps in resolving your problems. It fixes issues like issues like IE freezes, running slow, security issues, etc. 7] However if you find that the problem persists, you may have to make a few changes in the Registry. Do and create a System Restore Point, before making any changes. Right-click in the right side and select New. Create a New DWORD value called MaxConnectionsPerServer Double-click MaxConnectionsPerServer and give the value as 10 Create another new DWORD with the name MaxConnectionsPer1_0Server Double-click it and give the value as 10. Save and Exit from the registry. Restart Windows. Additionally, also see if the following registry If it is absent, no issues. But if it is present and of its DWORD value is set at 1, change this value to 0, Click OK and Exit. 8] See these posts if or if you receive aP message. 9] If you are facing other specific problems with Internet Explorer, you may see these posts: I hope something helps you! Updated Ported from WVC.
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