Bedeviled by IE Browser Crashes? Try These Fixes

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bcosner

We've noticed at work that after the last batches of MS updates that IE was giving us "Sorry for the inconvenience..." errors and then closing IE. Sometimes it is erratic and only on certain pages - such as MSN.

What we found is that updating the Adobe Flash Player (additionally, we do the Shockwave update)seems to resolve the problem.

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Marcus_Soperus

...and worth adding to your SOP (standard operating procedure) for dealing with a balky browser. We rely on these A/V players so much it's easy to forget they can cause mucho problems as well.
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It's amazing how illogical a business built on binary logic can be.

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dave23d

Firefox rules :)

Love Linux and 3D Linux Games :)

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whitneymr

Other than the update problem, the answer is Firefox.

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