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08 Nov 2012  

Windows 8 Pro w/MC 32-bit

I'm one of those who finally tried IE9 on several computers (running Vista or Windows 7). At first I was encouraged because it was possible to configure it so that it had all the functionality of IE8; in addition it worked perfectly on both Vista michines. But on Windows 7 on medium powered umpcs circa 2009, it refused to load many websites so I finally had to revert back to IE8 on those. I would expect that if the doctor's pc came with IE9 preinstalled, it may be possible to get it working perfectly, since all the UI functionality of IE8 is still there. You may try to reset IE9, use compatibility view, or turn off hardware rendering under Internet Options/Advanced. I may have more trouble shooting advice if you tell us what problem he has with IE9. It may also be possible to return it as defective.
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