TwitterFacebookGoogle+PowerShellCloud Click Internet Options. Click Reset. I finally had to uninstall it and go to a recovery point to get back on track.

They also have a Win7 site link there that I'm guessing is run by the same people. Click the More Reply Options (or Use Full Editor if you are editing a post) button at the bottom of the editor, and then attach the image by browsing to the Took the computer to a technician and was told that the hard drive needed to be replaced and all data was lost. Click the General tab, and then click Delete under Browsing history.

Step 6: Find a fix that matches your computer's symptom The sections below will help you resolve issues identified by symptom. There is a KB article telling you to delete a registry key - boy, that sounds promising as a solution, doesn't it?0 Reply Chris A 8 years agoInstalled "Important Vista Update" System restore just didn't do anything as machine just froze halfway through process. Open Internet Explorer and go to the website that causes it to stop working.

To zoom in Internet Explorer, look for the magnifying glass icon in the bottom-right hand corner of the Internet Explorer window. Thank you for the reply.It now shows up among the updates, but I have noticed a few things that had stopped working now work perfectly, although the problems I had may When I press that bottom right button (from above) I have to sign in again! For a complete listing of the issues that are included in this update, see the associated Microsoft Knowledge Base article.