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IE7/64 bit Vista has lost all toolbars

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I am running 64 bit Vista and IE7. All available updates have been applied. The toolbars used to be there but somewhere along the way they have disappeared. Except for the missing bars, the browser works fine. If I right click where the toolbars should be, I get nothing. The 32 bit browser works fine. I have also noticed that when I connect to a website with the 64 bit the item in the tray does not display any information, only the explorer logo. I have also noticed that when in the 64 bit browser, the delete key no longer works (works fine everywhere else). I have noticed this same behavior in Newsgroups. It seems that these two problems are related. Anyone have any suggestions? After 3 months I finally have Vista working pretty well and I have no desire to reinstall it!

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