IE 11 window begins to "flash" like in a loop when going to certain sites i.e. Bing then Google - then need to shutdwon IE 11

Have Dell 9020's SSD 64BIT W7 OS.  When going to some sites like Bing or Google the IE 11 window begins to "Flash" like in a loop.  Reinstalled Flash Player and that seemed to solve the problem for a bit - but then problem re-emerged.  Don't have this problem using Chrome or on identical PC's with 32BIT W7.  Can't issue 64BIT PC's with IE 11 acting this way.  Any ideas would be appreciated - thanks /Christopher
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do you have KB3100773 installed?  that is a cumulative update for IE11
if it is not installed - update  it

you can also start IE without add)ons

here an article showing many options : reset ie, disable rendering etc
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
IE 11 works fine on all my client 64-bit machines. We haven't used 32-bit machines for nearly a decade.

I suggest a full reset of IE (including personal settings) on a problem machine to see it that helps.

What Anti Virus do you use? We use Symantec Endpoint on all our clients.

Did you upgrade the Video Driver, Chipset and BIOS on the Dell machine. You need to do that.

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ChrisRuthAuthor Commented:
using current hardware drivers, disabling add-ons, adding "problem sites" (i.e. ones like Google and Yahoo - that auto switch from http to https) to trusted sites - sometime seem to help and sometimes not.  Have recently been to busy to test on more of our 64 bit W7 Dell 9020 SSDHD for something that consistently resolves the issue.  Interestingly, we have had one user where the problem does not seem to occur at all without me doing anything.  If I find something that nails this down I will get back to you.  Thanks for your inputs /Christopher
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Thanks for the update and I was happy to help.
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