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Windows 7: Anyone with IE crashes randomly

30 Dec 2009   #21
Rotax1

windows 7 professional 64
 
 

If you really read my post I really wasn't asking for help. The next if anyone didn't know look at all the errors associated with desktop explore crashes. these crashes are evident in computers that are Gurus on this forum. So I would assume that the Gurus here will know how to install a system correctly and not have the usual problems of someone with less experience. Hence trying to eliminate human error and you would figure they wouldn't have program errors. So with this said I only pointed it out because sometimes you feel as if its only your own computer that has the problem and that's just not true in this case. If you read the reports a common thread emerges about these crashes. So these have a common report ntdll sachash and on and on. I have also read quite a few posts even here about what people have done some with success and some with no success. It seem moslty with the 64 system 7 more than the 32 bit. If I can isolate this with pretty good success and most seem to have the same code of course with no dump file just the error report who would say that this problem is not due to something in the OS? Or at very least some glitches in it. Sometimes you walk into a problem and need to start from scratch but sometimes there's history behind a problem and if you know this sometimes it makes a difference on how you approach the problem.So when I posted the original post it was to tell who ever has a problem and needs to get it fixed to look keep the idea its more than one computer. Plus if Microsoft doesn't already know needs to hear how many issues with crashes 7 has. If I was the creator of 7 I sure would want to know and I would sure try to fix it. Results 1 - 10 of about 185,000 for ie8 crashes windows 7.This is a result of google searchResults 1 - 10 of about 911,000 for desktop explorer 7 crashes.


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30 Dec 2009   #22
computersplus

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 
To General

These are still very general statements of course there is buggy code and it's in more than the OS it's in drivers and other vendors software.

And like I said earlier when you combine all of this with the endless combos of hardware and software when it's in pristine condition little lone once it's been on a hacked up system for a while can and does cause kinda what you are saying but like I said you can't point the finger in one direction.

Windows 7 is by far the most stable OS yet and that's a fact!
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31 Dec 2009   #23
Digerati

Windows 7 Profession 64-bit
 
 

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desktop explore crashes
Now wait. This thread was started with comments about IE crashes. Now it is about desktop explorer crashes - which is Windows Explorer, and is a totally different application from Internet Explorer - and a totally different course of action for troubleshooting and for repair.

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Sometimes you walk into a problem and need to start from scratch but sometimes there's history behind a problem and if you know this sometimes it makes a difference on how you approach the problem
Well, not really. You should always start from scratch unless the cause of the problem is clearly evident from the start. This is because, as noted earlier, the same symptom can result from many different causes. Computer freezes and sudden reboots, for example. Two different symptoms but both could be caused by the same, or a number of different problems from malware, failing RAM, failing PSU, leaky capacitors, corrupt files - or any number of things. This is why it is necessary to start from scratch almost every time.

Knowing the history really only helps when the symptoms are (1) reported and (2) point to something specific. For example, if someone says their computer does not boot - that could be any number of things. But if they say it does not boot and they get (and post) a specific error that says NTLDR is Missing, then history and experience (and Google) will lead to a specific fix.

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And like I said earlier when you combine all of this with the endless combos of hardware and software when it's in pristine condition little lone once it's been on a hacked up system for a while can and does cause kinda what you are saying but like I said you can't point the finger in one direction.
And I note of the 1 Billion Windows machines in use today, every one becomes unique within the first few minutes of the first power up.
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31 Dec 2009   #24
computersplus

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 
Back On Topic

In trying to get back on original topic I usually find that when IE does crash or freeze it is usually related to browser add-ons and or some sort of malware infection and by reducing the add-ons to a minimum and disinfecting the machine everything is fine.

Unfortunately we see this more with IE because it is more widely used and most exploits are written for it.
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31 Dec 2009   #25
Digerati

Windows 7 Profession 64-bit
 
 

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In trying to get back on original topic
I understand, but the topic belongs to the OP, Rotax1 so he's in the driver's seat and he has yet to clearly defined the original, or any topic, first complaining about IE and Microsoft, now "desktop explorer".

That said, as to your observation that most IE problems are due to add-ons and malware, we both have already stated that several times - I don't think (hope!) that is not in dispute.
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