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I believe you made the right decision. You had more severe operating system corruption then the IE issue we were working on. Glad you got it sorted. Consider a 2nd HDD and a program to make system images, it is great insurance. Many people use the free Macrium reflect. I can personally recommend Acronis True Image. A Guy
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