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Re: I installed ie8. Now I cannot open any links or...
Uninstall IE8 and try to re-install. If this doesn't work, make sure that all your drivers and security issues are up-to-date, via Windows Update and the Toshiba website. If this still doesn't work, install IE7, and either wait for IE8 beta2, or the full IE8 to be released.
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That sounds to me like something is there that got into your system unexpectidly.
I would restore my system to before IE8. Press start and search for restore point. Select the one that Windows made before installing IE8 and go for it.
Install Advanced System Care from iobit.com and run the whole programme. Then if you must have IE8, install it. You will be equiped to deal with anything the net throws at you now.
Remove it then re-install it again if you wish. to remove it go to "Control Panel" >> "Programs and Features" >> "Installed Updates" >> you should find it listed there, and by removing it you should be downgraded back to IE 8, from there you may reinstall it again, or just use IE8
try a windows update from within windows first as this should update any and all .net issues for you.
then update IE..
You may have to update to IE7 before you can install IE8.
This may also be an issue with your video card, drivers or the chip itself.
In this case, you may not be able to perform an update to IE8.
If the laptop is an older model, this may be your issue.
However, you may be able to update the video card.
Have a look on the laptop manufacturers website for this info..
I had the same issue and just installed Firefox. I downloaded the Mozzilla Firefox file from cnet.com, saved the installation file on a flash drive, and installed it on the problem computer and voila! Firefox is free and in some ways better than IE7 or IE8, so give it a try http://download.cnet.com/mozilla-firefox/?tag=mncol
to access that mode, shutdown the computer completely and after 20 secs turn in on again, as soon as you see the dell screen immediately strike F8 key continuously, if that is successful you should be at the advance menu options. use your arrow keys to choose and highlight safemode w/ networking and hit enter. if you see your operating system after just hit enter again.
once at safemode try to pull up internet explorer if still this doesnt work, go to the contol panel click internet options if your in classic view but if not click network connections first then click internet options. click the advance tab, that should be at the least right hand side, click reset which is under restore advance settings.
if your using IE8 at windows XP operating system, try uninstalling the IE8, to do that try the instructions below.
click control panel
click add/remove program
find and click the IE8 then click uninstall or remove
then restart the computer
if still doesnt work try to install a different browser like mozilla firefox, google chrome or maxthon
and if still doesnt work then try to reinstall the operating system back to factory settings.
with a cam connected to ur pc and quick time installed you open the program and record when done save your file to folder .in email type your message then click add attachment or attach and a search folder comes up to locate where the file you want to attach is located.locate the file and click ok ...click attach and email will load file when loaded send mail...done