I have already used dial - a - fix, and windows update repair tool to re-install IE7 - and IE7 worked fine. As soon as I restarted it, it would freeze and still take up 100 percent of the CPU. This is all still happening after I have Scanned externally, and scanned locally in safe mode and removed everything. IEXPLORE is the process that is taking up all of the CPU
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