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Re: vista and ie7 or both on my hpdv9608nr laptop
Maybe your problem is the vista is not really compatible in your laptop. There is a brand or type of processor that vista not really work well that's why some of my customer want to re install the windows xp to his new laptop to solve or to avoid some error occurs.
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first goto the control panel to uninstall the IE8,
then click on the add/remove program then find the windows internet explorer 8 uninstall it by clicking the remove button.
after uninstalling the IE8 restart the system
then check the wether the internet explorer come the 6 version or 7, if it is 6 install the IE7
Have you thought about updgrading to internet explorer 8? I personally use firefox now after years of being upset with internet explorer for various reasons, I believe it to be a superior browser to ie. If you are unable to upgrade from ie7 to ie8 because of license issues, firefox is not just a great alternative, but a superior alternative one should consider, IMHO.
basically your ie8 uninstallation is bad...try and see if you can get an ie8 uninstallation toolkit at microsoft.com to uninstall ie8 properly. Else, you might have to reinstall ie7 after uninstalling ie8.. this same problem persisted when micorosft released ie7 and i was supporting ie7 when released. so take my word. happens with all ie beta versions..
thank you for the clarifiaction it seems that you cannot uninstall IE in Vista, but you can disable it. If you go to the control panel, and double click on "default Programs" the last of four options will be "Set Program Accesses and Computer Defaults". Tell the User Account Control prompt to "continue", then click the radio-button by the "custom" option, and then hit the expand arrows to the far left, it'll take you to a bunch of options. the first is "Choose a default web browser". If you [i]un-check]/i] the box by Internet Explorer, you will pretty much only be able to access it through the "run" prompt, if at all, and no third-party programs will open links in IE.
hope it helps!
First off check and make sure all your settings in your browser are set to default. If that doesn't resolve the issue than go to your control panel to your add and remove programs. Check the "show updates" box. Starting with the last one first, remove IE updates. After each removing restart your pc and try surfing again.
When it stops crashing don't install that update. Another long shot is to click on removal of IE7 which will bring up a repair IE option. Finally, uninstall and re install. The process of elimation is all you have without us knowing more details. (PC brand, age, OS version, 3rd party software, harware configuration, etc)
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.
I had the same problem. I had IE7 and installed IE8. IE8 caused a lot of problems, so I used system restore. I was back to IE7 but it was not functioning properly. I had to downgrade to IE6 and then reinstall IE7. Its all back to normal. What a pain
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.