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Old 05-21-2009, 01:27 AM   #1
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I have noticed recently, that IE is taking a long time to load (my home page is only Google). Once its loaded its fine, and I can log out and go back in instantly - its just the first time.

I have an internet cleaner installed which cleans temp files/cookies etc every time IE closes. And I have run Disk cleanup.

I have scanned with Spybot and Superantispyware and found nothing.

I have Zone Alarm and Avast running.

Is there anytning else I can look at?

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Hi -

Do you have any add-on 's for your Internet Explorer?

Also, ATF-Cleaner is better for cleaning.

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Old 05-21-2009, 02:18 AM   #3
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There is a long list of Add-ons - a lot to do with my HP printer but the list is quite large.
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Add-on 's make your browser boot up take longer - try removing some (or just temporarily disabling them).
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I experienced the very same problem with my Lenovo T61. Than I went to Tools-Manage add-ons and started disabling add-ons, one-by-one, restarting IE7 every time. In my IE7 I had Lenovo browser helper named "CPwmIEBrowserHelper Object", file is tvtpwm_ie_com.dll. Probably you have something similar from Dell, HP.... If not, start disabling add-ons until IE7 speeds up.
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Exactly my point. Add-On 's are both a luxury and a burden.
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Try this:

Go to system tools and click on (IE with no addons) see if it opens normal.

Otherwise as Undocked Windy stated, disable all addons, then enable 1 at a time
till you find the one thats slowing the IE down.
When you find the one or ones then simply remove it and reinstall it.
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Ok I will try disabling some ad-ons. Thanks for all your help.
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Disable them all, then add 1 at a time till you find the one or ones slowing down the IE.
When you do find the one, then simply uninstall it. Kepp going till you go through
all of them.

Note: you can write down all the IE addons on paper which you had to uninstall
this way you can reinstall them if you like.
Many times the install was not good is all.
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Good idea, Risky.

It would also be a good idea to use this program :

http://www.techsupportforum.com/atta...1&d=1242909043

and check WHAT .DLLs are attached to your iexplorer.exe (which is your internet explorer executable) by doing the following AFTER you've download the above program (which I've also attached) :

Open the attached .ZIP file and select the "Debugging Tools for Windows.exe" file, you'll now see a windows and it will be titled "WinDbg ... ... . ." .. .. and lots of numbers after that.

Now, go to "File" and select "Open executable..." and select your Internet Explorer icon where ever it is. From there, you'll see lots of text in a white box. Good. Go to "Edit" and select "Select All", now, copy all the text and make a text file - attach it in your next post.

I apologize for my very unorganized post - I'm in a hurry.
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I have the same problem as PaulRenno. Attached is my dump from "Debugging Tools for Windows.exe".
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