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IE8 connection issues needs a more permanent solution

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Old 11-20-2009
Forest Dreamer
 

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IE8 connection issues needs a more permanent solution
I was going to ask a question about connection problems with IE8 but it seems
a lot of other people have beaten me to it. Unlike most people, I am on
dialup so I thought it was having issues because of that although I did not
have the same problems with IE7. Now I see that connection type has nothing
to do with it. Like everyone else, I am experiencing intermitent problems.
Often reloading the page solves the problem. The diagnostics produces no
helpful results. And so on.
I have read the helpful advice being offered but I have a problem with that.
Seems it is up to us to make all sorts of changes to our computers in order
to get IE8 to work. I am always leery about making some of those changes. I
must confess that I am not that knowledgeable about the inner workings of
this beast and am always concerned that I make the changes incorrectly and
really screw up my system. It doesn't help when there are dire warnings
attached to some of the instructions for making those changes!
I trust that Microsoft is working on a much simpler solution to the problem
since it does seem to be very prevalent. Can they not simply write a fix and
include it with their windows updates and save everyone a lot of hassles in
trying to fix the problem themselves?
Sorry if I sound like I'm grousing but it is just all too typical that a new
program comes out from MS and it's got issues. Surely they should be able to
test run new programs better than this by now.
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Old 11-20-2009
rob^_^
 

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Re: IE8 connection issues needs a more permanent solution
Hi Forest,

Check your compatibility settings and that you are including updated web
site information from Microsoft.

Most problems are being caused by incompatible Addons?

Have you checked for updates to any of your Addons? Including Flash and
Quicktime?

The error message suggests either Quicktime or an old version of the Google
toolbar is the cause.

Regards.

"Forest Dreamer" <ForestDreamer@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:55C795FB-DC06-4C51-9922-D4371D992AC8@microsoft.com...
> I was going to ask a question about connection problems with IE8 but it
> seems
> a lot of other people have beaten me to it. Unlike most people, I am on
> dialup so I thought it was having issues because of that although I did
> not
> have the same problems with IE7. Now I see that connection type has
> nothing
> to do with it. Like everyone else, I am experiencing intermitent problems.
> Often reloading the page solves the problem. The diagnostics produces no
> helpful results. And so on.
> I have read the helpful advice being offered but I have a problem with
> that.
> Seems it is up to us to make all sorts of changes to our computers in
> order
> to get IE8 to work. I am always leery about making some of those changes.
> I
> must confess that I am not that knowledgeable about the inner workings of
> this beast and am always concerned that I make the changes incorrectly and
> really screw up my system. It doesn't help when there are dire warnings
> attached to some of the instructions for making those changes!
> I trust that Microsoft is working on a much simpler solution to the
> problem
> since it does seem to be very prevalent. Can they not simply write a fix
> and
> include it with their windows updates and save everyone a lot of hassles
> in
> trying to fix the problem themselves?
> Sorry if I sound like I'm grousing but it is just all too typical that a
> new
> program comes out from MS and it's got issues. Surely they should be able
> to
> test run new programs better than this by now.
>

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