Sorry -- haven't seen this or heard about it, so it's probably local to your environment and may have something to do with what plug-ins, options or Java Virtual Machine version you have enabled in IE. Your IE browser should not crash; if it does, this is a problem you should take to Microsoft. You might try uninstalling and reinstalling IE, or looking for updates from Microsoft that might address the problem
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