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Please Try... Help please... I have a solid connection, I have successful pings to other computers on my network and on the internet. Some Websites Not Opening In Any Browser I am using vista in my other computer and works fine for more than 1 year now ...
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I thought it was before but it isn't now. If that doesn't fix the issue, press the reset button to eliminate all settings from the router/modem and start from scratch.. Solution 1 (by Microsoft) The problem is perfectly described on a support page entitled "Internet Explorer opens, flashes, and then closes immediately when you start it". Check This Out They uninstalled it, now it works fine!