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(Fixed it, Disregard) Active X add-ons for I.E.


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edhalfdead

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Nevermind...I had the active x properties in internet explorer set wrong for the internet zone
Somehow I had them all disabled, but didn't check that zone because I had it set as a "trusted site"
I found the answer while trying to figure out what was wrong with
Windows Genuine Advantage Validation Tool.
:tazz: I laugh at myself for missing the obvious...ed

Another question for the knowledge pool known as geekstogo.
This a list of active x controls(add-ons) on my computer used by i.e. in the past:
dhtmled.ocx
mshtml.dll
npipi150_01.dll
muweb.dll
msnetobj.dll
shdocvw.dll (two entries SearchAssistantOC & Shell Name Space both published by Microsoft Corporation)
Flash.ocx
npipi150_01.dll(Java Console published by (not verified)Sun Microsystems)
tdc.ocx
iuctl.dll
LegitCheckControl.DLL
wmp.dll
This is whats running:
npipi150_01.dll
YPager.exe
Is there any way I can get the other controls to run with i.e. or is there somthing on eather list that should not be there?
Any thoughts or solutions graciously accepted. thank you...ed

Edited by edhalfdead, 18 October 2005 - 04:36 AM.

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