Re: Command failed to excecute for attachments
On May 4, 2:53*pm, "PA Bear [MS MVP]" <PABear...@gmail.com> wrote:
> z1Barry wrote:
> > On May 2, 6:23 pm, "Rainald Taesler" <taes...@gmx.de> wrote:
> >> z1Barry wrote:
> >>> I have had an intermittent problem where I am unable to open
> >>> attachments (JPG files) when using Vista mail. This started after I
> >>> upgraded to IE8. I am running Vista Ultimate x64 and Avast security.
> >>> The error message I get is "Windows cannot find xxx.jpg"
> >>> The last 3 times this happened I was able to solve the problem by
> >>> deleteing my temporary internet files. Once I did that I was able to
> >>> open the attached JPG file. The problem keeps reoccuring however.
> >> That's exactly what I have on 4 systems.
> >> It may work for a while after deleting the "Content.IE5" files or
> >> relocating the TIF. But it will re-appear at least on the next day.
> >> How about TXT-files?
> >> Rainald
> > I have only seen this on my system with attached JPG files. However I
> > rarely get attached TXT files, so I cant be sure if the problem exits
> > for TXT files or not. FYI, I have always had UAC turned OFF. So far
> > for me the workaround of deleting my temporary internet files always
> > works as a temporary circumvention. The problem keeps coming back and
> > is intermittent in nature. It does not happen every time I open an
> > attached JPG file in Vista Mail.
> > OS Vista Ultimate x64, IE8, Avast security, Vista Mail
> Or you could disable Avast and any other real-time system protections prior
> to installing (and uninstalling) IE8.- Hide quoted text -
> - Show quoted text -
There is no evidence that your suggestions have anything to do with
And for the record , I always disable my antivirus/ security software
before any major software install.
In the case of my IE8 install, you assumed I did not. Wrong !