Question by  Nicole24 (50)

Can you help me troubleshoot my Windows XP Internet Explorer problems?


Answer by  cjsmuz (162)

Fastest way to fix a Windows XP Internet Explorer problem is to simply remove the program first and then reinstall it. You'll need to be able to download it again, so before you remove it, download and install another browser (Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome) so that you'll have a way to download another copy of Internet explorer.


Answer by  XTC46 (394)

In most cases, errors in IE are caused by corrupt temp files. If you are using IE 8, go to tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced -> reset. This will reset IE to the default settings it had when installed. You can also try installing any missing updates from Microsoft Updates.


Answer by  freeling10 (38)

Use the built-in Windows troubleshooter, under help or support, and/or the IE troubleshooter in the browser itself. Also, try clearing all cookies, saved files, passwords, etc. If all else fails, remove IE and reinstall it for a fresh start. Also, as always, make sure you're up to date on all the necessary Windows Updates.


Answer by  pv7721 (116)

In order to help you troubleshoot your Windows XP Internet Explorer, one would need to know first what the problems are. Otherwise you may want to upgrade to the latest version, install all Windows updates, or even better install an alternative browser like Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera or Safari.


Answer by  dannyg28 (3070)

If you are havingIE Explorer problems you should look in the help files to see if your problem is listed and follow the instructions to fix your problem.

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