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IE7 exits w/o warning when it accesses web app (tomcat) locally

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Hi,

I am running web app locally(tomcat) in IE7 and was working ok. Recently, IE7 exits without any warning whenever I try to access the web app. Has anyone experienced this before? BTW, firefox works OK and IE7 in other machine works OK. So, it is just my IE7&

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What about using a different Windows user on the same machine?  Does it have the same problem?

I would first try disabling all add-ons.  If you recently installed something that affected IE then you could remove it too.

If these general steps don't help then please provide more info about the app, the web page, etc.  When you tested on the other computers were they also running the app and page locally?

Let me know if you have a question about this.

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I reinstalled the IE7 and it fixed this problem.
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I'm glad I could help.  Thanks for the grade, the points and the fun question.

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