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IE 9 and Win 7 calendar gadget


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jollyr

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Hi All:

Am running Win 7 Pro 64 SP1 and the RC version IE9. As stated in the topic, my calendar gadget is blank. Has been like this since I first installed IE9. Have tried many of the fixes that are posted on various sites, with no success. Is there a fix out there that will work for my situation?

Thanks in advance,
JR

Edited by jollyr, 27 February 2011 - 07:42 AM.

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phillipcorcoran

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IE9 is now out of the "beta" stage. It has now reached "Release Candidate" status:
http://windows.microsoft.com/ie9
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IE9 is now out of the "beta" stage. It has now reached "Release Candidate" status:
http://windows.microsoft.com/ie9


Sorry, but I actually do have the RC version of IE9. Was my error originally calling it a Beta version (have since edited OP). I still have this issue after upgrading.

JR
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Hello jollyr,

I had just have the same problem. After I had run a scan with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, I had discovered that I had a virus. Malwarebytes had removed 3 virusses. So, I recommend you to post your question in this part of GeeksToGo. Maybe the specialists can help you.

I hope this information is helpfull for you.

Greetings,
Stef
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jollyr

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Hi Stef,

Thanks alot for your post but I'm pretty sure I am not inftected. I run quck scans of Malwarebytes Antimalware periodically and it always results with no malware detected. My system is fairly new and because of previous experiences that necessitated help from the good crew of geeks to go! to disinfect my old system, I now do my best to practice good computer hygiene.

As stated in my OP, the problem manifested itself right after I installed the then beta version of IE9. I have also read elsewhere others have experienced the same issue after installing IE9. I uninstalled IE9 but the problem remains. I just installed the new RC of IE9 but nothing has changed either.

So I am wondering if anyone has had the same experience, or even better yet, found a solution???

Best,

JR
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Hi jollyr,

Maybe you can try this.

If it does not work, let me know. Then I look further for a solution.

Greetings,
Stef
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Hi Stef,

I see a few possible solutions in the link you provided that I have not tried yet. Will let you know the results after I try them.

Thanks,

Best,
JR
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Finally fixed my problem. It seems that I just had to reinstall video device driver that I downloaded from the OEM's support site.
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