Problem caused by Microsoft Internet Explorer
This problem occurred because Microsoft Internet Explorer was slow or unresponsive. Microsoft Internet Explorer was created by Microsoft Corporation.
This type of problem occurs when a program is slow or has stopped responding and you choose to shut it down. This is also referred to as an application hang. Most of the time, there's nothing you could have done to prevent this type of error, but there are some troubleshooting steps you can try.
It's hard to determine exactly what causes Internet Explorer to stop responding, but it's usually due to one of the following reasons:
Spyware, adware, or other malicious software. If you have downloaded free software from the Internet, you might have inadvertently downloaded spyware with it. Spyware is software that can display advertisements (such as pop-up ads), collect information about you, or change settings on your computer, usually without your permission.
Internet Explorer add-ons: Add-ons are software that add features or tools (an Internet toolbar for example) to Internet Explorer.
Computer viruses: If your computer has a virus, the virus can cause Internet Explorer to stop responding.
Submitting an error report is the best way to inform Microsoft about the unresponsive application on your computer. We use these error reports to analyze the problems in the software and fix them.
In addition to sending error reports, there are also a few things you should try. These solutions are not meant to fix all application problems, but they may help you prevent or troubleshoot unresponsive applications.
1.>Install the latest security updates for Internet Explorer
These updates address many issues that have caused Internet Explorer to stop responding
Install latest security updates for Internet Explorer.
2.>Update your Windows software
The Microsoft Update website provides free updates for Microsoft operating system software and hardware. Updates fix problems in the software and help protect against known security threats. To check your computer for updates, go to the Microsoft Update website online.
3.>Install, run, and regularly update your anti-spyware, anti-adware, and antivirus software
To see a list of Microsoft and third-party solutions for spyware, adware, and antivirus software, go to the following webpage online.
Security software: Downloads and trials
4.> Turn off all third-party browser extensions (also known as add-ons)Turn off all third-party browser extensions (also known as add-ons)
Close all Internet Explorer windows.
Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
Double-click Internet Options.
Click the Advanced tab.
Under Browsing, clear the Enable third-party browser extensions (requires restart) check box.
Restart Internet Explorer.
Note: When you turn off third-party browser extensions and restart Internet Explorer, all third-party browser extensions will be unavailable. You can easily turn on these components again.
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If you are using the Yahoo! Toolbar, a fix has been released to help prevent this problem you have experienced. Go to the Yahoo! Toolbar website and click Download the Yahoo! Toolbar.
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