Re: IE7 Crashes After Security Update
If it is "indeed a problem with IE7" then why isn't my copy of IE 7
Errare humanum est
> "Leonard Grey" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> If the problem does not occur in 'No Add-Ons' mode, then it's being
>> caused by one of the add-ons that you have installed. We can show you
>> how to identify which add-on is causing the problem.
>> Problems with Internet Explorer can also be caused by by malicious
>> software ('malware') that has been installed on your computer.
> I can confirm that there is indeed a problem with IE7. I have 3 machines
> with completely diffrent hardware setup. The machines are running XP Pro
> SP3 32bit, Vista Ultimate SP1/SP2 64bit and Vista Business SP1 64bit.
> All of them have issues with explorer freezing/hanging randomly when you
> attempt to load a page either by clicking a link or using the back
> arrow. Have tried running IE7 with all addons disabled, have tried
> cleaning out temp files, have reset it to default settings. Neither of
> those standard solutions seem to help on any of the machines. It doesnt
> happen that frequently, 2-3 times a day or so, but its kinda annoying.
> The machines all have up to date Avast running and passes a full scan
> with no problems. The machines also have all available (non-beta)
> critical/important updates installed. System hardware tests such as
> Prime95, Orthos, Intel Burn Test and MemTest86+ can run on all 3
> machines for 24 hours or more and shows no errors. All drivers for all
> machines are up to date and keept updated whenever a new driver version
> is released. Have tested with and without internal gateway, doesnt seem
> to matter.
> In addition, the Vista Ultimate (my desktop) machine has been
> reinstalled from a full format, then had all updates added from windows
> update while being kept behind a hardware firewall only to discover IE7
> still hangs, so i went for SP2 beta which didnt solve the problem
> either. Note that the system was kept completely clean apart from fresh
> I cant see it any other way then there being a problem with IE7.