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