Quote: Originally Posted by windude99
Quote: Originally Posted by t-4-2
All Win 7 64-bit computers come with 2 IE bit versions, 32 and 64.
It is best if you leave IE 9 32-bit as your default browser, because there are still some instances that 64-bit IE will not work. 32-bit IE is universal.
Until Microsoft have it all sorted out, use 32-bit IE version.
If I try to open IE 9 32 bit, it opens the 64 Bit version.
Sorry, you lost me.
You said that when you clicked on a link, it opened in IE9 32-bit version. Yes ?
You said IE9 32-bit appeared to be your default. Yes ?
Now how did you attempt to open IE9 32-bit ?
Did you go.... Start > All Programs > Internet Explorer ?
How did you know it was the 64-bit IE opened instead ?
If you click Help at the top of the Internet Explorer window > About Internet Explorer > what does the window say ?
Does it say 64-bit or does it say version : 9.0.8112.1642
Why not UN-pin IE9 64-bit from the taskbar ?