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Old 14. Dec 2014, 04:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default EMET won't allow IE to run

every time I try to boot IE, I get an error message:
Internet Explorer has stopped working correctly and will be closed. You will be notified if a solution is available.

Clues: a small window opens very briefly: EMET 5.0 has detected EAF and (Guard Page) mitigation and will close the application.

What's going on here?

I'm running Win 7 home premium, using Firefox as default browser. It works fine.

On one of the tech forums, I got this suggestion to fix the problem:

"Disable EMET for the time being.
In another browser or computer, if on another computer, save it to a USB Flash Drive. Download Junkware Removal Tool, Install it, Run it, A DOS window appears, press any key. It starts to scan automatically.
Download ADWCleaner, Run it, Install it. Scan, leave everything checked. Clean. Both of these programs show a text file after they are done, showing you what they have removed.
Go to Control Panel/ Internet Options/Advanced/Reset Internet Explorer settings/Reset"

I booted EMET but I can't figure out where or how to disable it. Appreciate suggestions.
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Old 14. Dec 2014, 07:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I do not use EMET. However, this looks like a wonderful tutorial on how to use it.

https://www.winhelp.us/microsoft-emet.html
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