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Windows 7 64 Bit / IE9 / Mouse Issue ?


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eric0668

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I am having the weirdest, hardest time with either the cursor, mouse, or what I am hoping is IE9

I was getting the question at the bottom, Allow All Content? on just about all pages. I went into Internet/Tools/Privacy and disabled it. Is that safe to show all material. I am assuming since I hit yes all the time it is no different

Next, not as often as that, I get "recover page" at the bottom

And sporadically, I am getting a cursor that I can't move, I can't right click to highlight, but the biggest symptom in this area is when attempting to scroll the slider on the right down, sometimes it sits there for like 4 or 5 seconds

I tried an old mouse, to no avail. I think it didn't work
But right now the mouse is fine.

I don't think the mouse would go on and off like this, both it and the keyboard, from Razer, are good, only a couple years old, and like I said, work most of the time. Keyboard ALL the time

Could this be an IE9 issue

I have spywareguard running, AVG, run Spybot and Malewarebytes weekly and Firewall on


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Eric
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Most problems with IE9 are caused by misbehaving add-ons. Try running without add-ons. Click on the Start orb and start entering Internet Explorer in the search box. When you see Internet Explorer (No Add-ons) click that and see what happens.
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Thank You Very Much I couldn't find a way to add that to the taskbar so I hit "take to program" although I think that is the regular IE, then put that there,

There were add ons, then I undid some

I need, Java, Shockwave, Google Toolbar (if I use that right), Spywareguard (if I use that right) But I was able to delete Google Toolbar notifier, Evernote, and Shareaze

Correct me if I am wrong. Maybe I can delete all of those add ons and they will still work

Thanks again
Eric
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