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W7 x64 cannot install IE 9 (-CRYPT_E_NOT_FOUND)
Typical as IE 8 x32 becomes ratty and no IE10 is available for Windows 7 I am unable to install IE9. I'm running Windows 7 x 64. Migrated from Firefox, as its reliability disintegrated, to Chrome & that works fine.
I tried IE9 x64 a few months back. It was so buggy I went back to IE8 x32.
I am now trying to download & install IE9 to use the x32 version as IE8 x32 is not performing as it used to, probably by design, he said cynically.
IE9 downloads from MS Software Center.
I restart machine.
Windows Update says 'successful'.
Its is NOWHERE to be found. IE remains stubbornly at IE8 x32 (and the x 64).
I remove the IE9 'update ' via the Windows Update History (they dont make it easy do they ?). I re-check for missing updates & try to re-install IE9.This time Code 80092004. Unknown error. Try again same error Code.
Yes I've read/followed MS Article 2409098. What a waste of time that was.
Oh. The CBS.log file is 28MB & I wouldn't know what to look for anyways. But against the Error Code 80092004 is recorded many instances of 'CRYPT_E_NOT_FOUND'
viz. (2012-10-29 10:52:50, Info CBS Session: 30258627_2283930468 finalized. Reboot required: no [HRESULT = 0x80092004 - CRYPT_E_NOT_FOUND])
What gives ? Do I just give up ?
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