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Windows 7: IE9 and 2007 word and Excel


26 May 2012   #1

Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
 
 
IE9 and 2007 word and Excel

Good Morning Windows 7 Forum, (ignor miss spelling, went to sleep in spelling class)

A strange thing has begin to repeat which is this: I click the IE9 LOGO look around the web everything is great. I click the X in the upper right of the window to shut it down, shortly after that a warning message comes up stating that the program was shut down incorrectly as windows is fixing the problem, I close that warning and another comes up stating that windows is closing IE9 which will correct the propblem.

This same thing occurs whel i open Word, Exce4l, Powepoint or Publisher. I continue usiing which ever one, no problems then shut down with the same warnings. In both cases I tride to close all the programs by going to FILE then EXIT, same thing.

This condition started several months ago, does not appear to cause a problem but just does not seam right since all the programs work very well.

My computer platform is: I am using a ASUS motherboard with AMD 3G CPU, 6GB of RAM, the C drive is a 1.5TB, D drive is a .5TB, Primary Optical drive is a double density recorder the second one is a standard recorder. I assembled the computer with components purchased seperatiely in September of 2010. I use the paid AVG for 3 computers, all have Malwarebytes. I build and manage web sites using Expression Web 4.

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26 May 2012   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Try disabling AVG for a while.... while its disabled try opening Office aps ect as you said above.... if my thinking is correct its AVG causing the applications not to close correctly thus giving you an error of non response
Should this be the case then may i suggest you move to Avast
Other things to try are full scans with spybot and other however you already have Malware bytes so im not counting on it to be a virus TBH
Next as you have mechanical drives then a fragmentation and Disc error checking, both can be reached by right clicking the desired drive in Computer and selecting properties..... (Disc error checking will resume on your next reboot)
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