Whenever my computer installs the Microsoft/Windows updates I get Internet and restoring the system to return.

Whenever my computer installs the Microsoft/Windows updates I get Internet and restoring the system to return.

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Cite your version of IE and the full version of Windows (for example, WinXP SP3;) Vista 64 - bit SP2; Win7 RC. Win7) during the validation in an IE specific forum or a newsgroup. Please do it in your next reply.

By "The Internet began" do you mean that you encounter errors Page can not be displayed ?

Updates have you installed just before this problem started? Have you installed an update of the third-party driver that is offered by Windows Update?

TIP: Never, EVER to use system restore to 'Cancel' an update, Service Pack, or upgrade of IE!  Instead, uninstall the update, Service Pack, or the IE patch & reboot.  If that does not resolve the problem, then try System Restore. ~ Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (that is to say, mail, security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ WARNING: MS MVPs represent or work for Microsoft

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