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IE stalls

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I don't use IE much but, my wife needs it for a software application. The problem is that when its started it stalls, it says it trying to connect but does nothing, the screen does comes up but there is no address in the address bar. Then the only way to close it is to go to task manager. All other browsers work fine. I even downloaded the latest version but no change.
Any suggestions would be most appreciated.

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You have posted the exact same question at two other forums, and have received replies at both of them. Please be aware that everyone who helps at these forums is volunteering their time; asking for help at multiple forums may take help from someone else who needs it, as well as wasting the time of the person helping you.. Also, you could be receiving assistance at multiple sites without the knowledge of the other helpers, and it can complicate matters when people are offering advice without being aware of other suggestions you may be trying. I'm closing this topic; if you wish to have it reopened and only receive help at one site, please feel free to send me a PM. I would suggest you pick just one of your topics to reply to, making it easier on your helper to assist you with your problem.
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