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Hi every time i open a new search on the int.expl.a box message comes on the screen""do you want to allow software like activeX controls and plug-ins to run? how do i get rude of it it drives me crazy thanks Peter

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Have you try to intall the plugins? what version of internet explorer are you using? thanks

Posted on Jun 10, 2008

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    I am running IE 8 on my pc.

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I suggest to restore the settings of your internet explorer to defaults. There could be bugs during your windows update.

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After restarting the computer follow step 1.

Keep me posted

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