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We took a power hit yesterday and now everytime I get on the internet the first page will come up but when I try to select another page or even close explorer I get an error that says Internet explorer has detected an eerror. Program will close. Send report or dont send.

I cant complete a single transaction.

I have run all spyware detectors, anti virus scans etc.
Started after the power surge.

any suggestions?

ModVer Offset 0022f957
AppVer 6.0.29002180

Edited by Tracski5, 02 September 2005 - 06:44 AM.

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On a web page, click tools then internet options, on general tab, click delete cookies, delete files, include offline content, clear history, close IE, reboot, open IE
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I think that you have go your files corrupt from the power surge,

1. go start<run and type sfc /scannow
2. after this finishes go start<run type Chkdsk /x /r, if it asks do you what to do it on a reboot say yes.

Both of these will take a while and the first will need the installstion CD.

If this dose not work you could try geting FireFox to replace Internet Explorer, is it a very good program.

I can give more segestions but this is anough for now.
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