Internet Explorer Not Working, How To Fix ?

“Internet Explorer has stopped working”
As with most problems with Windows users, the problem is caused by programs that cannot access specific library files known as DLLs; With these dynamic link libraries, programs need to communicate, share and operate, but when they are damaged or unpaid, the applications do not work.

Other reasons for getting an Internet Explorer error may be due to corrupt or incompatible cache files.

If you can’t open Internet Explorer, if it freezes, or if it opens briefly and then closes, the problem may be caused by low memory or damaged system files. Try this:

  • Open Internet Explorer and select Tools> Internet options.
  • Select the Advanced tab, and then select Reset.
  • In the Reset Internet Explorer settings dialog box, select Reset.
  • When Internet Explorer finishes applying the default settings, select Close> OK.
  • Restart your PC to apply the changes.

Fix 1: Reset Internet Explorer

Resetting Internet Explorer is the first method you should use, most of the time, when the problem is immediately resolved.

Reset method 1:

  • Open Internet Explorer.
  • Click the Tools menu (Press the “other” key for the active menu bar).
  • Click “Internet Options”. You will see a configuration window
  • Click the Advanced tab.
  • Click the “Reset” button. You will get another box, check here a box labeled “Delete personal settings”, then
  • Click the Reset button.


Reset method 2:

If you were unable to open IE or could not reset Internet Explorer by the above method, here is another method that is very effective in resetting Internet Explorer through the control panel. Follow these steps:

  • Click the Start button
  • Click the Control Panel
  • Click Network and Internet
  • Click “Internet Options”. (You will get a configuration window)
  • Click the Advanced tab.
  • Click the “Reset” button. You will get another box, check the box labeled “Delete personal settings” here, and then click the Reset button on it.

Fix 2: Update the graphics driver or disable the software playback

Several times graphics playback causes this problem, so try updating your graphics card driver or try disabling hardware acceleration option in IE 9 and IE 10.

  • Open Internet Explorer.
  • Click the Tools menu (Press the “other” key for the active menu bar).
  • Click “Internet Options”. a configuration window will appear
  • Click the Advanced tab.
  • Uncheck an option called “use software instead of GPU.” it is located under “accelerated graphics”.

If doesn’t fix, follow next method.

Fix 3: Disable 3D in the “NVIDIA Graphics driver”

(Only if you have one, otherwise skip it)

Disable the “3D stereoscopic” option in the “NVIDIA Graphics Driver” application. (If you have Nvidia Graphics drivers and software, if you do not have one, you can skip this step)

  • Open the Nvidia software from the system tray.
  • Disable the “stereoscopic 3D” option from NVIDIA drivers (NVIDIA driver is a Computer Graphic Drivers whose software runs on the system tray.)

Fix 4: Uninstall unwanted toolbars

Sometimes a third-party toolbar can cause the problem. Therefore, it is best to avoid installing any third-party toolbar. If you have installed one and do not know how to remove it, see the steps below to remove the unwanted toolbar from IE.

  • Remove unwanted toolbars using the Control Panel.
  • Access / remove programs and uninstall any toolbar available in the list.

If doesn’t fix, so please follow next method.

Fix 5: Disable unwanted supplements

You can disable additional add-ons from Internet Explorer, whenever an add-on creates a problem and is the root cause of the error.

  • Go to settings -> Manage add-ons.
  • Select and right-click to disable add-ons.

If fix, so please follow next method.

Fix 6: Reinstall Java, Flash player, Silver-light.

  • Uninstall and then reinstall the add-on program such as: Java, Flash player, Silverlight from the control panel.

Fix 7: Reset the security zone.

  • Reset the Internet Explorer security settings area.

If you solve, please follow the following method.

Fix 8: Run Microsoft Fixit

  • Download and run this Microsoft fixer to fix the problem.
  • http://support.microsoft.com/mats/ie_freezes_or_crashes/
  • http://support.microsoft.com/mats/ie_performance_and_safety/
  • Restart your computer.

If you solve, please follow the following method.

Fix 9: Find the .DLL file that conflicts with IE

If the above method does not solve the problem, then this method is to discover the .dll file that is causing the conflict. This is a manual method and time consuming, so we keep it as a last step. We can find the faulty dll using system logs. Follow the steps below.

  • Right-click My Computer, and then click Manage. You will have another window.
  • Click the “Event Viewer” arrow (Expand it).
  • Click the “Windows Logs” arrow (Expand it).
  • Click “Application” under Windows Logs.
  • Now look at the panel on the right, it has listed all the system logos.
  • Now scroll down and find an error (red cross error) related to iexplore.exe and double-click it to get the details (this log was created when you receive an error message on Internet Explorer, so please find it via “Hour”).
  • You now have the details of the error message. Find the name of the “.dll” file in that detail.
  • As of now you have the name of the special dll file that conflicts with iexplore.exe. Stop the conflict by repairing, renaming, and deleting that file. you have to do some research on it, what to do with that file (We can mention a fixed action on this file, because you have to find out what the other program is using that problematic file and how important that program is), so you please take action on him carefully.
  • If you cannot delete the file, restart your computer in safe mode and then delete the file.

More Information

How To Uninstall Windows Internet Explorer 9

Microsoft has furthermore published a manual fix if IE9 cannot be uninstalled correctly on Windows.

Also, Microsoft released a manual fix if IE9 cannot be uninstalled correctly on Windows.

To uninstall Internet Explorer 9, follow these steps:

  • Log in to your computer as an administrator.
  • Close all windows in Internet Explorer.
  • Start the notepad.
  • Copy and paste the following HTML text into Notepad to convert HTML into plain text: FORFILES / P% WINDIR% \ server \ Packages / M Microsoft-Windows-InternetExplorer- * 9. *. Mum / c “cmd / c echo Uninstall package @fname && start / w pkgmgr / up: @fname / norestart”
  • Click Start, and then click Run.
  • Copy and then paste (or type) the following command into the Open box, and then press Enter: cmd
  • Copy the text from the notepad, paste the text in the command prompt window at a command prompt, and then press Enter.
  • After the command is executed and the command prompt returns, repeat step , then go to step .
  • Restart your computer to complete the uninstallation of Internet Explorer . When you do this, the version previously installed by Internet Explorer is installed.
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