said by La Luna:
If this just started after doing updates, I would uninstall the updates, then reinstall them one at a time, checking to see if the problem reoccurs after each update install. Maybe you can narrow it down to a specific update that way.
Thanks La Luna.
I think this is what I will have her try first. After checking around online I found some others who were having problems with ms update KB2761451 messing up IE9 on Vista. I think the easiest way would have her do a system restore to just before the updates, download and install minus KB2761451 update. Check IE9 and if it is good download & install the KB2761451. If it works, then we have solved the problem, if not we'll take the update off and look for another solution.
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