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multiple problems with IE7


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bobbobagan

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Hi there,

I am having countless problems with IE7 and was wondering if anybody knows how to fix them.

Ill make a list below:
  • Every page I load (doesnt matter what website) it says its done with an error.
  • Shockwave Player not loading
  • Pages not even loading at all <--- will just say its done with a blank (white) screen
  • When downloading from Microsoft and clicking the Valadate button it never loads
  • I keep getting script errors when loading webistes not inside Microsoft Internet Explorer
Im sure there are more but I can not think of them. If anyone knows how to fix any of these problems PLEASE tell me lol.

Also, I have tried using firefox, but when I try log on to websites (eg geekstogo) it tells me to enter a username even though I have.

Thanks for reading!

bobbobagan :whistling:
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Are you usin the Final Version of IE7? If not then download the final version

Or try using Opera . It is the best
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yes I am using the final version.
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Try usin Opera
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