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IE 8 in Vista

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Old 05-29-2010
APlum
 

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IE 8 in Vista
I recently uploaded the IE8. It seems to work well enough, but it doesn't
back out of things more than one level when I'm in yahoo. For instance - I
open my email page, then an individual email. If I reply, that opens another
window, but once that email is sent off, I try to back back out and I can't
even get back to the original email nor the email main page.

I've tried looking to see if google.com and ask.com won't back up, but it
does just fine.

Anyway - is there any hope for a fix, OR how can I go back to IE7.
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Old 05-29-2010
Robert Aldwinckle
 

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Re: IE 8 in Vista


"APlum" <APlum@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:56236D7F-3F0A-4AE9-A360-30985FE922B5@microsoft.com...
> I recently uploaded the IE8. It seems to work well enough, but it doesn't
> back out of things more than one level when I'm in yahoo. For instance -
> I
> open my email page, then an individual email. If I reply, that opens
> another
> window, but once that email is sent off, I try to back back out and I
> can't
> even get back to the original email nor the email main page.



Why? Because it isn't there or because there is a redirecting session in
the middle? Use the Back button dropdown list to check. If there is a
redirecting session that you need to skip you can select the one that want
in that list. There are other workarounds for that scenario but that is
the most straightforward one to perform and understand.


Good luck

Robert Aldwinckle
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