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whenever I click on ie to get on the nternet I receive a page that says ie is currently running without add-ons. I go into tools and enable all add-ons

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I get  internet explorer is currently running without add-ons whenever I click into ie to get on the internet. I have been into manage add-ons and enabled all but that does'nt seem to work I still get the same page whenever I try to load ie for the first time. I even tried enableing the add-ons and continued to surf but the pop up bar continues to tell me that ie add-ons are disabled. When I go to reload ie some of the add-ons that I enabled are now disabled. but others are enabled
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by:michaelgoldsmith
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Go to your programs folder, find Internet Explorer folder and grab the IE shortcut. Move it to your desktop, or the start menu and you should be all set.
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Hello begearra123,

You desktop shortcut that you use to open IE is opening IE with addons off. Right click on IE shortcut and select Properties.  Delete the -extoff at the end and close. Then test by opening IE.

Hope this helps!
war1
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thank you very how simple that was
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thanks problem solved
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