hi! There seems to be a problem with Internet explorer cutting out. Recently when on MSN I will be typing and it just closes and I have to reconnect. When playing on the iwin.com site I can no longer finish a game such as Jewel Quest on line game. There are other game sites I have also experienced problems with and so I quit using them. Worldwinner was the name of that site. I have Micosoft Security essentials installed and it has not shown any problems. I also run Registry Tool on a fairly reg. basis and clear out the errors in the registry. I restored my computer back to September but it has not corrected the problems. There was a problem with java download which downloaded incorrectly and then a flashing orange java box kept opening. I think I got that problem corrected now by going to java site and installing. I have a Toshiba laptop with windows Vista.
Thanks for any suggestions.
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