One way to tell what else might be going on is to create a new user account, log in with that, and see if the behavior
persists there. If it doesn't, then there's a per-user setting problem, such as a corrupt INDEX.DAT file or cache issue with IE, which can be fixed by erasing and rebuilding the IE cache directory. (Some third-party programs like CCleaner will do this for you.)
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