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IE 9 on Windows 7 pages hang on load

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We have a Windows 7 Professional computer to is connected to a domain.

IE 9 is installed.  We can ping and tracert to sites without issue.  All the sites load in Chrome, but will sit there and hang and not load--maybe eventually after a few minutes. We have dumped the cache and that did not help.

What do you recommended?  Downgrade to IE 8 and re-downloaded and re-install IE9?

What else can we try as it seems to be IE, not the computer or network connection?
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by:albelo
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You can start by disabling all addons (Tools -> Manage Addons).  Then try again.  If it works, then you know it's an addon that is causing the hang.  Narrow it down by turning on one addon at a time and testing.
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All addons are disabled.
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gta2011--You probably have seen this long thread on a similar problem.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Windows/Windows_7/Q_27978135.html#a38781138
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Can anyone suggest anything else to try?  That thread fizzled out without a solution.
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by:albelo
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Do you can Activex Filtering off or on?
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by:Tony Giangreco
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Check the managed add-ons you have in IE. You might want to disable the ones that load very slow. You also might have BHO's and multiple home pages which definately slows down IE.

Take a look at them, choose which ones to disable, eleiminate any double home pages and work quick again.
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Close all apps and then run this fixit

http://support.microsoft.com/mats/ie_performance_and_safety


Restart system and check.



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Ded9: Did not help.
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User profile might be corrupted....create a new user account...reboot and then login under the new user account and check internet explorer.



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gta2011--Did you try the suggestions made in
http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Windows/Windows_7/Q_27978135.html#a38781138   ?
They may not have worked for that person, but may help you.

http:#a38783700
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