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Download the installer for whatever version of IE you would like to use to your desktop. Next go into the control panel and then to add and remove programs. Uninstall the current version of IE then reboot and reinstall IE from the installer on your desktop.
Hello mkosmicki IE8 is the problem , as most Web Dynpro applications are set to default to IE6. Use the Compatibility View (the little broken page icon at the right of the address bar in the top of your IE window). This should load your program fine by using IE 7 parameters. Best regards , fanaudi .
It might be that Google are blocking IE6- they got hacked recently and it was apparently traced to people using IE6 in Google that were hacked through one or several security holes of the many in IE6.
If upgrading isn't an option, how about a different browser? There's lots of free ones to choose from, and there's no rule that says you can't run as many browsers as you like. Opera (my personal choice); Firefox; Chrome. There's lots.
This usually happens after installation.
1. Click START–>RUN and type cmd
2. At the prompt, type cd and press ENTER
3. Type cd Program Files and press ENTER
4. Type cd Internet Explorer and press ENTER 5. Type regsvr32 IEPROXY.DLL
6. You should get a confirmation that the
IEPROXY.DLL has been registered. You can then close all windows and try
Internet Explorer again.
If these steps don’t solve the problem, try
Launching IE with add-ons disabled: 1. Click START–>RUN
2. Type iexplore -extoff
You can also create a shortcut so that you can always run Internet Explorer this way.
1. Right-click on the Desktop
3. Enter in iexplore -extoff
Mostly, new system with windows vista operating came with Internet explorer 7 which is the update of your internet explorer 6. You can still install IE6 but that could cause a problem with your system registry because you are reverting your internet explorer to the old version.
If you are playing video using your dvd rw you may need to use windows media player or you may need to use power dvd or any video/dvd player that came with your computer.
You dvd/rw is a device where you can write or copy your pictures, documents or any files on a blank dvd or cd.
It sounds as though the IE7 application may be corrupted. Try removing IE7.
To Remove IE7: Go to Start > Control Panel > Add/Remove Programs > Select Internet Explorer 7 > Select Remove. IE is a core component of XP. Hence, your machine will revert to IE6. Reboot pc. If you like IE7, visit Microsoft and download a fresh copy.