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Dear Techies,

Well, My internet explorer(v.6) for some inexplicable reason seems to be shutting down by itself. After i load the explorer, i roughly get 10 seconds before it dissappears. I am running Norton Internet Security 2004, XP pro and P4 2.6 with 1GB RAM, please help as i can't seem to be able to browse anymore!!! I have run Norton Antivirus which detects no viruses, time to time i get a window wanting to debug and another window popps up with the following in the address line: c:WINNT\Cache329\t_b_509900.htm. I do not know if the later two are related to the Explorer shutting down or not but just thought I mention it. Please advise.........all the best Shibaji:cry:

Re sumitted to see if anyone had a solution as I am still unable to browse. Thanks....

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First of all try emptying your cache. Then install 3 programs, Adaware 6.181, Spybot Search & Destroy 1.2, Spywareblaster. Get adaware from http://www.snapfiles.com/get/adaware.html , Spybot from http://www.safer-networking.org/index.php?page=download & spywareblaster can be reached from within Spybot. Open spybot, go to immunise & there is a link to javacools software, click on that & download the program. All of these are free & need to be updated on a regular basis. The first two programs are spyware removing programs, the last prevents spyware from installing itself on your computer. Once installed, update the programs & run them. It is safe to delete whatever is found as a backup is made. In spybot, on the check page, make sure only the spyware check is selected.
See how you go after doing this.

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Hey Crunchie,


Thanks for the reply, the problem seem to sort out once I cleared the cache, I have however downloaded all the software you recommended and loaded it up for future preventions, thanx again mate......:cheesy:

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