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doaru2it

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Info > how to delete/remove a post i posted ? thanks

Edited by doaru2it, 07 December 2008 - 02:29 PM.

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    Kraków my love :)

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IE8 is still in beta stages, and as such it should never be installed on main computer.
As for uninstall, in XP, it should be listed in Add/Remove. If yo use Vista, it'll be listed under installed updates.
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louis III

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I uninstalled EI 8 and now the browser will not reload, system restore is just a white screen, messengers no longer works (msn and yahoo) just white screens, and web page inbeaded links don't work, and many programs will not load. An error message "Error while creating scripter:A script engine for the specified language can not be created." appears. yahoo can only say that the are "aware" of the problem. Help, how do I fix.
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louis III
You need to start your own topic.
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Maybe?????:

If you are using Windows Vista do the following:

1/ Open Control panel
2/ click on the program and features icon.
3/ When the program and features window opens look on the left of the window
under
'tasks' and click View installed Updates.
4/ Scroll down to the section marked 'Microsoft Windows'
5/ You should see Internet Explorer 8.0 Click on this to uninstall.
6/ Once uninstalled reboot your machine and IE 7.0 will be back.

If you are using Windows XP see the following link for details on removing
IE 8.0:

http://blogs.msdn.co...r-8-beta-2.aspx (see "Uninstalling IE8 Beta 2" section)

Edited by Major Payne, 07 December 2008 - 08:47 AM.

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