Internet Explorer 7 problems

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Ted Allen
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Internet Explorer 7 problems

Postby Ted Allen » Wed, Apr 11 2007, 8:10PM

Has anyone else had any problems after updating to IE 7?
2 or 3 times a day IE says it has to shut down and all work is lost.

Thanks
Ted

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Postby Brian Rowland » Wed, Apr 11 2007, 10:06PM

I've had that problem as well, although not as frequently as you. The issue I have very often with IE7 is that it becomes unresponsive when I try to exit out of it. I have to go into task manager and terminate the process.
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Postby DanEpps » Thu, Apr 12 2007, 6:13AM

I've been using IE7 for some months now and have yet to have a problem with it.

What kind of add-ons are you using? If they are not IE7 compatible, they could be causing problems.

Open the Tools menu and selsct Manage Add-Ons. That will open a dialog that shows all add-ons. You can choose from those currently in use, those that have ever been used or those that run without permission.

Start with add-ons currently in use. Make a list of the add-ons then disable everything. See if that corrects your problem. If it does, you can re-enable add-ons one-at-a-time until you start having issues again. Make a note of what you enable as you do it. Then disable the last add-on that you enabled to see it the issues go away. If so, you've found the problem...if not, disable the previous add-on in the list.

Ted Allen
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IE problems

Postby Ted Allen » Thu, Apr 12 2007, 6:56AM

Brian,

Yes I have that problem also.

Dan, thanks for the suggestion. I will try that.

Ted


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