Re: ie problems
If IE 7 is the original version of IE that shipped with your computer,
you must now reinstall Windows.
Understand that Internet Explorer is part of the Windows operating
system, so if IE is damaged beyond repair, the only way to get it back
is to reinstall Windows.
Errare humanum est
> No I cannot open up IE after if is reset to 7. It will not open.
> "Leonard Grey" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> Do your problems with IE 7 resolve after you reset Internet Explorer?
>> "How to reset Internet Explorer settings"
>> Quote: "When you reset Internet Explorer settings, all add-ons and
>> customizations are deleted, and you basically start with a fresh
>> version of Internet Explorer. This article helps you reset Internet
>> Leonard Grey
>> Errare humanum est
>> Mark wrote:
>>> After 8 is removed 7 will not open. I can click on the icon or go to
>>> program files and click on the ie exe file and nothing happens. It
>>> won't open.
>>> "Leonard Grey" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>>> Do you have the same problems after you remove Internet Explorer 8
>>>> with these directions:
>>>> "How do I uninstall or remove Internet Explorer 8?"
>>>> As the instructions explain: "When you remove Internet Explorer 8,
>>>> your earlier version of Internet Explorer is restored.." so there
>>>> was no need to reinstall Internet Explorer 7.
>>>> If you used another method, other than described above, to uninstall
>>>> Internet Explorer 8 you may find yourself needing to reinstall
>>>> Windows. Nevertheless, try the uninstall procedure above. Post back
>>>> stating what version of Internet Explorer you now have, and whether
>>>> the problems persist.
>>>> Leonard Grey
>>>> Errare humanum est
>>>> Mark wrote:
>>>>> Internet explorer will not open. I had ie 8 certain sites would
>>>>> not open. Our Outlook web access page would not open as well as
>>>>> youtube videos not displaying. I uninstalled 8 and installed in 7
>>>>> but 7 will not open. If I go back and install 8 ie will open and
>>>>> work but won't open our web access page as well as what seems like
>>>>> up in ie. uninstalling flash or reinstalling does not solve
>>>>> anything. Is there a way to completely wipe out internet explorer?
>>>>> It doesn't matter if it is safe mode or another user logging in it
>>>>> is the same problem. Firefox works fine. The user could just use
>>>>> that but we need ie for the outlook web access. Very frustrated.
>>>>> Would appreciate someone offering help. Do not want to reformat
>>>>> the machine. It seems like there must be something that can be
>>>>> done to fix Internet Explorer.