Running Internet Explorer 11 on a Windows 7 Professional 32-bit platform. Recently, Internet Explorer began closing by itself, a few moments after launching. The Event Log showed a module fault at kernelbase.dll No other applications were affected. I tried various approaches to fixing this, including restoring a saved disk image, and performing an in-place Windows upgrade/repair, but the issue persisted. If I logged on with a different user profile, or used Windows Safe Mode, the behavior did not happen. Eventually I restored Internet Explorer's settings to default. That solved the problem of the browser self-closing. However, when I visit my own website, now, most of the page content doesn't appear in the browser. Instead, there is just the page background. If I scroll down, the page will scroll indefinitely. This doesn't happen with Internet Explorer 11 on a Windows 7 notebook computer, nor does it happen with Google Chrome on my desktop. I'm not sure what I've done, or removed from Internet Explorer on my desktop, but I'd like some guidance about how to remedy it.