|What version of IE are you running?|
You should be able to reload it on top if your current version number is the same or lower than the version from MS that you find on the net. Not sure if it will help - I'm now scratching my head a bit on this issue.
Depending on the version you have it might be possible to uninstall it and revert back to a previous version to see if that fixes it. In which case you could then update it again.
There are a few more avenues we could pursue if necessary (registering dll's etc). I would not wish to apply anything like Revo Uninstaller on IE because I think it could screw up Windows.
How long has this been happening? Just wondering about bigger hammers such as System Restore, although it does seem like an IE issue.
Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks
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