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INTERNET EXPLORER ERROR MESSAGES


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davemendoza

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I keep getting Error messages in a little box that constantly halt impt work. Error Message pops up and then when I click either ok or cancel the IE shuts down. IE 7 seems incredibly unstable. I was wondering if there was a patch?

I am using a brand new HP with Windows XP.
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Are you sure you have IE7? It is still in Beta, and you may want to revert to IE 6. You can shut off the scripting error notifications in Tools> Internet Options>Advanced> browsing section

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How do I revert it back to version 6?
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First of all, are you sure you have the IE 7 Beta with the tabbed browser, thumbnail views, anti-phishing features?? See if it is listed in Add/Remove in the Control Panel. You could do a search on the MS site to see how they recommend uninstalling it. I just want to be sure you have the new browser, because if you try to uninstall IE6 from XP you are gonna break something. You may need to run a System File Check if IE6 isn't present and operating properly when you are done.

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