RE: Internet Explorer
Thanks, I'll give it a try. All this has me thinking I should have
uninstalled ie from XP before doing the Vista upgrade but who would have
thought of that?
> You have to go to 'Tools' then 'Internet Options' then 'Advanced' and finally
> hit Reset. It will reset IE to the factory settings. Although you may have
> to run the Vista disc again as a custom installation, and copy all the files
> from windows.old that it creates into vista. It's a true pain in the ...
> "Escondido AL" wrote:
> > I just installed Vista on one of my two computer home network. The
> > installation seemed to go O,K, and Windows it self seems to be working
> > alrigt. But, when I try to use IE I repeatedly get the message that "this
> > program is not working correctly" Windows will shut down the program and will
> > notify me IF there is a solution. End of story -nothing else happens. The
> > Internet connection is good. I am at a loss as to what to do since the
> > Windows Message that IE is not working gives me no options. IE was working
> > O.K before I "upgraded" the operating system.