IE Crash Detection??!!

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    I have a problem,sometimes when I download files,my 'ZA firewall' warns,"IE Crash Detection is trying to communicate with C:\Program Files\InternetExplorer\ieexplore.exe by opening its process".After sometime,windows warning appears and download stops and closes.Is there any solution? Kindly share your views.Thanx in advance.
     
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    If its Iexplore.exe then its Internet Explorer. . . But if its ieexplore.exe then its some spyware .. Scan your system for spyware and virus.
     
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    yes, first check for malware.

    when za popup appears click on ok/allow.
    then what is the windows warning which appears ?
     
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    Thanks for your reply Friends,I have 'AdAware SE Personal' which is not showing any critical files,and windows warning is 'Windows encountered a problem and needs to close' even if I press 'allow or deny'.I also have ZA internet security suite which shows no 'virus' or 'spyware/malware'.Adding to the cofusion,it doesn't happen everytime,only occasionally!
     
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