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Repairing Internet Explorer Crashes

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  1. Repairing Internet Explorer Crashes, Restore Advanced Application Settings: step 1, image 1 of 1
    • Restore the advanced application settings including the ActiveX Filtering and dialog Pop-Up box settings. You’ll be prompted to remove the personal configurations as well. Check-up that box in order to successfully restore all the settings.

    • Close all other applications and open Internet Explorer.

    • Click Tools -> Internet Options.

    • Click Reset button after checking-up the “Delete personal settings” checkbox.

  2. Repairing Internet Explorer Crashes, Filter Malfunctioning Extensions: step 2, image 1 of 1
    • Filter the malfunctioning extensions. Disable all the extensions which are not functioning properly. The list of all extensions is displayed in a dialog box after performing the steps given below:

    • First show the menu bar by pressing the Alt key of your keyboard.

    • Click Tools -> Manage Add-Ons.

    • Set Show -> All add-ons.

    • Filter unwanted extensions including those not working properly.

  3. Repairing Internet Explorer Crashes, Check Internet DNS Configs: step 3, image 1 of 1
    • The Internet DNS Configurations might have been changed. Incorrect DNS configurations are one of the reasons behind this issue.

    • Press the Windows Key and X keys simultaneously, and then select the Command Prompt (Admin).

    • Type below commands one by one and press ENTER at the end of each command: • ipconfig /flushdns • ipconfig /registerdns • ipconfig /release

    • Exit Command Prompt and then reboot your PC.

    • A Troubleshooter tool automatically detects and repairs the Internet Explorer crashes problem. All you’ve to do is-

    • Download the tool called ZombieSoftFix.

    • Install the program on your PC.

    • Follow the on-screen instructions until your problem is completely fixed.

  4. Repairing Internet Explorer Crashes, Uninstall & Reinstall it again: step 5, image 1 of 1
    • Some IE files can be corrupt. Uninstalling and reinstalling the same will fix the issue.

    • Insert the Windows OS disc.

    • Press Windows Key and X simultaneously.

    • Click Programs and Features -> Turn Windows features on or off.

    • Uninstall IE and reinstall it again. A system reboot requires.


To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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