Re: Symptoms of IE7 problems
Don't get sore. My last post was long ago; there could be new developments in
solving IE problems, new thread readers with ideas. Okay, so now I give up.
"Leonard Grey" wrote:
> If you 'found no effective solutions through this board' then why are
> you posting here? I don't understand.
> Leonard Grey
> Errare humanum est
> Leroy wrote:
> > My IE7 started shutting down last summer, and after finding no effective
> > solutions through this board and MS FAQs, I switched to Chrome, which works
> > fine. Problem is that I still need IE because Hotmail responds poorly to a
> > connection through Chrome: Inbox opens and I can see the subject liness of
> > new mail, but I cannot open them because the entire page is non-interactive.
> > That happens when I set Chrome as my default browser; when I aleve browser
> > options open and go to Hotmail through IE - as I have done for ages - then
> > the message pages are all interactive. However, IE7 still shuts down after a
> > short while.
> > I am too inexperienced to tinker with Hotkays, but I'd be grateful if
> > someone could point me towards a diagnosis from these symptoms. Maybge I'll
> > be able to narrow things down from there.