c:\Program Files(x86)\Internet Explorer\explore.exe Attempt to access invalid address. (...) The install shows a successful installation.
On our Windows 7 Pro 64-bit SP1 systems I solved the "invalid address" problem by removing the
dword value "MoveImages"
from the following Windows registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management
After that I was able to start IE10 without errors.
( Thank you Marcus Jaken for pointing me in the right direction:
"MoveImages" seems to be related to "Address space layout randomization" (
For analysis I have checked some of our earlier Windows 7 installs:
We suspect that running EMET (
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2458544/en-us ) caused the creation of the "MoveImages" dword in the registry.
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I understand that you are unable to open Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 7 computer.
I would suggest you to follow the path given below to open Internet Explorer.
c:\Program Files(x86)\Internet Explorer\iexplore
Step 1: You can also try opening Internet Explorer by follow the steps given below.
a) Press Windows key + R,
b) Type iexplore.exe
c) Click on Enter.
Step 2: Also follow the step to Pin a program in Start menu.
a) Open C drive, Select Programs files (x86) folder.
b) Open Internet Explorer folder.
c) Right click on iexplore and select pin to Start menu.
Also try launching internet Explorer in no add-ons mode.
Follow the steps given below.
a) Click on Start, Select Run.
Also refer to the article given below.
Manage add-ons in Internet Explorer
Pin a program to the Start menu
Hope the information was helpful, if you have any further queries or any queries related to Windows, feel free to post. We will be glad to assist you.