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Old 10-24-2011, 06:21 PM   #1
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Internet Explorer has Stopped Working

I've just recently started experiencing a problem when navigating from page to page, when doing a search for new posts, when opening an existing thread, etc. IE9 is crashing with an "Internet Explorer has Stopped Working" error box. IE9 then closes and re-opens iRV2.com, but any attempt to navigate away from the opened page results in another "Internet Explorer has Stopped Working" crash. I'm running IE9 update version 9.0.3.

No such problem exists with IE7 on my work computer.

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Old 10-24-2011, 06:24 PM   #2
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No problems with Firefox.

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I have no problems with FF. Simple solution, spend more time at work.
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Old 10-24-2011, 06:34 PM   #4
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By the way, I have no problem with any other vBulletin websites I visit.

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Dont see that with IE 8 on XP, IE 9 on W7, or IE Mobile 8 on WP7..

IE8 on XP was VERY VERY slow though.. IE9 on W7 also slower than FF7, but not as bad as with IE8..
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I have personal opinions of IE, but they are better kept to myself.

Firefox is free. Just go to Firefox.com and down load and install. If you do decide to do that, give a holler and I'll tell you some add on extensions that you can install into firefox that make the internet experience better.

Safari and Chrome are two other unobtrusive browsing programs.

Many people stay on IE, experience problems, but do not want to "change." Haven't you heard, "change" is good.
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My personal preference is Firefox, but I need all my browsers to work, due to my work. Download CCCleaner and use it regularly. It is a great program that I've been using in 4 different computers and 3 different operating systems.
It cleans out so much junk, including temp files and cookies that slow your system down.
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If this is the info your looking for, I'm running same as you, no problem or speed on this site moving around. Sounds like a glitch time------

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looks like I killed another thread------

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Naww... it was just snoozing.
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Or maybe his IE is just "stopped."
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looks like I killed another thread------

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Kind of like when we would all leave the campfire when you showed up...
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Sounds like a glitch time------
Funny to me that the "glitch" doesn't happen on any other website - the TurboDiesel Register (a vBulletin powered website), iBMW.com (a vBulletin powered website), the Honda SOHC forum (a SimpleMachines powered website), etc., etc. Of course, none of these are running such an aggressive Google ads suite, either.....

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none of these are running such an aggressive Google ads suite, either.....

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Which is why I recommend CC Cleaner. IE doesn't have adblock, and even then, those registries and caches need to be cleaned out. Your computer has virtually stored every post (I see you have near 6000 here) and picture from this site.
As you go from page to page, it "reads" for stored copies of everything on the page FIRST. That search, as those files get larger, takes longer and longer. Not that you do, but If you have facebook open or other forums open at the same time, they are adding to their own caches and cookies, independent of this site.
And since the pages are constantly changing and updating, you need to clean all that gunk out of there and give it a fresh start.
There are commercial tools that do the same thing, but it needs to be done, much like changing the oil on your car or pulling the battery from a cell phone is a good thing to do once in a while.
I really think this would work in your situation, but if it doesn't, I hope we can find something that does.
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