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My sons computer is a mess! [Closed]


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Essexboy

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OK lets reset the IE that is on the system

Download Complete internet repair to your desktop


Once on the desktop unzip the folder :
Double click the file
Select extract all to desktop
Open that folder
Run CIntRepx64 and the following will appear

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Select all elements as shown and press Go
On completion reboot and try the various browsers again
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Still no luck in finding IE.... I looked everywhere! It is so weird that it just disappeared


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Ok so I found IE under program files and created a shortcut from there....it seems to be working ok now. Thank you


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And there is no sign of it in program files

OK go to Control Panel > Programs and Features
On the left select "Turn windows features on and off "
Wait for the list to populate
Remove the tick from IE
And OK out (reboot once it has done)

Then go back to Control Panel > Programs and Features
On the left select "Turn windows features on and off "
Wait for the list to populate
Place a tick in IE
And OK out (reboot once it has done)
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Is IE now present and usable ?
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