You might have encountered instances where you Windows Internet Explorer might have crashed because of some files associated with it damaged or the registration information missed. In such cases, you will be required to reinstall or repair the Internet Explorer to get it working back to normal. This is the only way that can help you repair the damaged files or get the missing registry information right on place.

Dealing with Internet Explorer 7 and 8

Solution 1: Set Internet Explorer settings to default:

The first method to deal with Internet Explorer  7 or 8 is to set it back to the default configuration. This would try and attempt the damaged files and registration information making the application work fine:

  • Run Internet Explorer, and click on Tools.
  • Click Internet Options under the menu and move to the Advanced tab.
  • Click Reset and you would land to Reset Internet Explorer Settings box.
  • Click Reset to confirm the reset.

Solution 2: Reinstallation of Internet Explorer:

The reinstallation works for a lot of time. It resets everything associated with the Internet explorer. You can easily download the installation package of Internet Explorer from the site of Microsoft.

Solution 3: Install Windows XP Service Pack 3:

There might be some issues with your service pack of Windows XP that can help you set your Internet Explorer 7. You can have the service pack installed from the update site of Microsoft. You can use the Express Install feature in the Windows that will install the Service Pack 3 on your computer. You can most possibly have your internet explorer resolved in this way.

Dealing with Internet Explorer 6:

Before fixing the issue, you are suggested to move on to the latest versions of Internet Explorer. This alone would solve a number of issues enhancing the security and browser performance. You can have your internet explorer fixed this way. You can still continue to make the registration repairs after the newer versions have been installed. The method would be as described at the earlier writing.

Solution 1: Install a Service pack:

You might need to update your service pack in order to get your Internet Explorer working in fine tone. The installation of Service Pack 2 or sometimes 3 might help you in order to get the best out of all the different applications that you are doing. You can visit the Microsoft’s website in order to search for the latest Service pack and you can then install that using the express installation mode in the setup.

Solution 2: Use the System File Checker in Windows XP:

You can still manage to go ahead with the repair using the System File Checker in the Windows XP feature. Follow the steps below to make the necessary repairs:

  • Click on the Start Menu, and then Run. Type sfc / scannow and hit ENTER.
  • Move ahead through the System File Checker process.
  • Restart your system once you are done with the System File Checker.

Follow the above  steps and you can get your Internet Explorer repaired and fixed very easily.