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DEP Issues

I have a Toshiba laptop, which I know has nothing to do problem just thought I say what I have.

Every time I go deeper into web pages or click on additonal links within a web the DEP shuts down Internet Explorer and will not take me into where I want to go,

It does this on any all sites. Ones that I fully trust to ones that maybe could be a issue but I know are not.

Can someone help with this issue or tell me how to disable DEP all together so I can do the stuff I need to!!!

rich, I did just as you said but now I do not get the DEP message popping up when IE crashes all I get is a message from IE that says

Internet Explorer has stopped working
A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program abd notify you if a solution is available.

Ughhhh This is killing me!! Do you by chance have any more ideas that I can try to keep IE from crashing. When it does crash I still have the IE running it just stop preforming that specific task.

Thanks for any additional help I can get.



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Use system restore and go back to where you were, if that is preferable.

I hope you read by my signature to always start with system restore.


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I have two other solutions which MAY fix IE. The first is easy, type in search, turn windows features on and off. Then click on it. You will be taken to a screen that show IE checked, uncheck it. Then turn off computer, boot up and check the box again. See if it works this time. Before trying anything make a system restore point, to be safe.

If that does now work, you can download a new broswer such as Firefox or Chrome.

Will this work, I do not know. But if you make a system restore point, you can easily return to where you are now and we could thinkg again.

I do have other solutions, but lets try the easy ones first.

Wishing you luck
Thanks rich will give it a try. I do appreciate the help. I am not computer savay at all as you have probably found out already.