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Windows 7: Setup Gliches,Wrong software behavior, ActiveX errors, help!

31 Mar 2011   #1

Windows 7 Professional x64
Setup Gliches,Wrong software behavior, ActiveX errors, help!

This is driving me crazy and i don't know why it is happening ... It appears to me that it is because i've installed IE9 through WU. But when reverting to IE8, i get the same glitches/errors.

ie. In a software called ANSYS Workbench 12.1 (worked with it for like 4 month without any problem), and now it gives me an ActiveX error (see ANSYS.png)

Also, i bought a new mouse from logitech and wanted to install their SetPoint software and the setup menu is, well i can't know what i'm doing... pressed Enter and crossed my finger to finally get a successfull installation... (see Logitech.png)

Same kind of glitch to activate an Autodesk software, now in that situation , pressing Enter and pray won't make it work! (see Activation.png)

If those error/glitches ring any bell to you guy i would really appreciate you help!

Steps already done:
Set ActiveX settings in Internet Options to it's lowest,

goto HKEY_CURRENT_USER>software>microsoft>windows>currentversion>internetsettings>zones>0 and set the value 1200 to 0 (do not prompt for activeX)

Thanks again for your help!

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31 Mar 2011   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64

I finally managed to solve the problem... If this happens to somebody else here's how to solve this :

Start > Type "regedit" in search bar then Enter

GoTo HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Internet Settings > Zones

You should see 6 Keys (Folders) L,0,1,2,3,4, you need to delete then entire "L" key, and voila!
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