What I have done now is to "manage Add-ons" in IE7 tools where I disabled
"Add-ons currently loaded in Internet Explorer" except those that are also
"Add-ons that run without requiring permission".
The seven thus disabled add-ons include:
"Adobe PDF Reader Link Helper" from "Adobe Systems, Incorporated"
"CBrowserHelperObject Object" from "(Not verified) Dell Inc." (My computer
"Google" from "Google Inc"
"Google Toolbar Helper" from "Google inc"
"Research" - looks suspicious - the publisher field is blank
"Sun Java Console" from "Sun Microsystems, Inc"
"Telenor Telenorhjelpen Plugin" from "Telenor ASA" (my ISP)
If IE7 now will appear stable again for some time I shall one by one enable
plug-ins as they appear required for the web pages I visit.
Comments are welcome!
"PA Bear [MS MVP]" <PABearMVP@gmail.com> wrote in message
> Gary wrote:
>> Same here and my friend has the same problem. It started for me with the
>> of date security patch KB958644.
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