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hello
i hope someone can throw some light on my problem
when i try to use internet explorer to update through microsoft i get the following in a box

microsoft visual c++ runtime library
runtime error
program c:\programfiles\internet explorer\ieexplore.exe

this application has requested the runtime to terminate it in an unusual way
please contact the applications support team for more information

any ideas?

ie wont work at all
firefox all ok

i have tried to download up to date ie but system says i have a more up to date version and wont proceed :tazz:

thanking you in anticipation :)
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hello
i hope someone can throw some light on my problem
when i try to use internet explorer to update through microsoft i get the following in a box

microsoft visual c++ runtime library
runtime error
program c:\programfiles\internet explorer\ieexplore.exe

this application has requested the runtime to terminate it in an unusual way
please contact the applications support team for more information

any ideas?

ie wont work at all
firefox all ok

i have tried to download up to date ie but system says i have a more up to date version and wont proceed :woot:

thanking you in anticipation :woot:

:tazz: have sorted problem out :woot:
looked elsewhere to try to resolve this and found that the google toolbar can cause conflict.. have therefore removed it from ie and things are back to normal.
many thanks
keep up the good work :)
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