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david92363

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I have updated to Internet Explorer 7 which works OK almost all the time. However on visiting www.edv-markt.com I found the website would not display properly and that I cannot use it, for example to order things. Has anyone else had similar problems, or does anyone know if there are any patches or updates ? I'm frustrated because a friend of mine has IE7 and he can access this website without problems!
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Is there a yellow line across the top of the page, when clicked looks like this?Activex_install.JPG
If so, Click on the install active x control.
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No yellow bar. Active-X appears to be working since all other websites can be reached. Only this one website, edv-market.com can't be seen properly.
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Send me a snapshot of the page or pages that aren't working correctly.
I've gone to that site, using XP IE7 and Vista IE7
The XP system sees the site one way. (I have antivrus and a firewall)
The Vist system see's more info on the page. (No antivrus or Firewall)
I'm not sure yet, if this is your situation, however, I have seen firewall software which has been set to block advertisements . In one case it wouldn't display the site at all. Most of the page was advertisements.

I'll be awaiting your next reply.

Important note: I would never recommend anyone test going to a site by shutting off their Antivrus software.
I use Virtual Machines for testing. If the VM gets infected, I just kill the VM and rebuild a new one.

Edited by isimaster, 16 March 2009 - 07:28 AM.

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Thanks very much for your response. Everything is OK now - I was a total idiot and had missed a badly coloured click button for "language." Thanks again and I'm relieved that the fault lay with me and not IE7. :)
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Your Welcome. We've all, been there, done that, at one time or another. :)
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