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Windows 7: IE9 is so Buggy

31 May 2011   #31

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Well the only case I know of this happening was a dev friend of mine that installed the direct x d3d sdk package, apparently something ie9 was not fond of. The only fix he found was to disable the hardware acceleration in ie9. Not really much a solution though because it reduces video quality on streaming sites for a lot of people.

Anyhow it never hurts to make sure your drivers are up to date.
Only other thing I notice is you have mix under memory. If the timings don't match perfectly that can cause little annoying issues.

As you said it is nothing but an annoyance though.
I've been playing half life 2 based games for years and they always crash on closing in both vista and win 7. It doesn't actually affect their functionality though.

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31 May 2011   #32

Windows 10 Pro. EFI boot partition, full EFI boot

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by RVGirlAlice View Post
OK, after uninstalling Microsoft security essentials and turning on Kaspersky fully as well as well as using compatibly mode it seams to be working now. so thats pretty cool. i guess the 2 anti-virus where fighting or it was compatibly mode was off. I'm not sure but here are 2 new scans so u all can look.


Edit: Forgot to attach files
Good news, glad we could help. Cheers
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