I was updating another browser on my Windows 7 system and all of a sudden IE 9 decided it didn’t want to start up anymore. After a day of bad advice from Microsoft’s tech forums I finally found the working solution:
Re-register IEPROXY.DLL by clicking START (the win 7 icon in the bottom left hand corner of your desktop) and typing
regsvr32.exe “c:\program files\internet explorer\ieproxy.dll”
and then clicking OK.
If it doesn’t find ieproxy.dll, dig around your system to find its location.
That simple. Add it to your tech boards, Bill
May 20, 2016
Woooo!! great solution !