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I'm going to go out on a limb here and say. "I bet you have Internet explorer 8 installed" How do I know? This is a problem that just became apparant when people started running the new IE beta 2.
It even hit me. As far as solutions go, there isn't one YET as IE 8 is still in beta it is not supported yet and they have not released a patch for it yet.
So for now your left with a couple of options.
1.) Use another browser for your download needs until IE Beta 2.5 arrives (its not announced yet)
2.) Uninstall Internet Explorer 8 and revert back to IE7 Until IE8 is in a release state (RTM)
If 2.) is your option of choice. (This is the option I chose myself) Heres how its done.
Open Control Panel. Choose Programs. Then Uninstall. then "View installed updates'
now scroll through until you find "Windows Internet Explorer 8" Right click on it and select uninstall
Don't worry all of your bookmarks and personal settings will get transferred back to IE7
After the reboot you should be all set.
If you have any problems with this procedure or have other questions please comment back here and I will do my best to answer.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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