Help! Internet Explorer is on the fritz PDF Print E-mail
Written by weebit   
Tuesday, 19 May 2009 17:03
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Sometimes, and believe me, it's not easy to say this--your IE problems are entirely your fault. After you've made a lot of changes to IE's preferences or customized your home page, add a plugin or two, three, four, IE may start to misbehave. If you have no idea which caused the problem, because you also did not test while you made the changes. Back up to square one and start over. To restore IE's default settings, select Internet Options from the Tools menu, then click the Programs tab and the Reset Web Settings button. It is also a good idea to have that install cd/dvd nearby.
  • Anonymous
    When I got my computer it came with no DVD's. NONE . And I am worried that if a
    nything happens to my computer I will not know how to fix it without th e CDs
  • weebit
    You should be able to contact the manufacturer, an d ask for the recovery disk.
    Most wont send them to you unless you ask. Also note in the past they sent t
    hem, but there was always a charge on the p urchase of the computer. You may be
    charged for t his, but keep in mind it is not outlandish.
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