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I have installed IE8. I am getting the follow message'' raised unhandled exeption in the third party moudle. How do I fix it?

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One of your "add-on" modules (Google or McAfee or Norton or Yahoo or other "toolbar") is incompatible with IE8.

Click: START
Click: Control Panel
Click: Add/Remove Programs
Select and "remove" the toolbar.

Keep removing toolbars, and keep trying IE8, until it works.

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