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Windows 7: IE9 Problems happening over simple actions


20 Jan 2013   #21

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BinkerNate View Post
Well, here's how I can explain it: when I have two tabs with websites in it, and one of them is yt, I can't judt click the IE logo from my startbar. I have to roll my mouse over, see the mini windows that fade in that "preview" the sites, right click the one I want to go and click restore. Now, just one tab that even has yt on it, I'm fine by clicking the logo like normal.
That is what I thought that you were saying - I just was not sure - the term startbar is new to me. I'm not picking at your terms, I'm just making sure that I understand what you are doing.

I do not use preview panes (Aero peek) - so I cannot test much. It does sound odd to me that you would have to right-click on a preview window and then select restore. What happens if you hover the mouse over the preview pane of interest and then do a regular (left) mouse click? Does the YouTube IE tab crash?


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20 Jan 2013   #22

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
 
 

For the YouTube issue. Have you tried updating Flash?
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20 Jan 2013   #23

Windows 7
 
 

Sorry for the late reply; work, and sick

Anyways, the story thus far...

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by UsernameIssues View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by braddersz View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BinkerNate View Post
Well, here's how I can explain it: when I have two tabs with websites in it, and one of them is yt, I can't judt click the IE logo from my startbar. I have to roll my mouse over, see the mini windows that fade in that "preview" the sites, right click the one I want to go and click restore. Now, just one tab that even has yt on it, I'm fine by clicking the logo like normal.
Thats how its ment to be.
I don't understand whats wrong?.
The OP is not saying that anything is wrong with those steps --- If I understand correctly, IE crashes/recovers if the preview being restored happens to be a YouTube page.
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BinkerNate View Post
Well, here's how I can explain it: when I have two tabs with websites in it, and one of them is yt, I can't judt click the IE logo from my startbar. I have to roll my mouse over, see the mini windows that fade in that "preview" the sites, right click the one I want to go and click restore. Now, just one tab that even has yt on it, I'm fine by clicking the logo like normal.
That is what I thought that you were saying - I just was not sure - the term startbar is new to me. I'm not picking at your terms, I'm just making sure that I understand what you are doing.

I do not use preview panes (Aero peek) - so I cannot test much. It does sound odd to me that you would have to right-click on a preview window and then select restore. What happens if you hover the mouse over the preview pane of interest and then do a regular (left) mouse click? Does the YouTube IE tab crash?
Yup, exactly. I've tried without the tab being a yt link, and its fine. But if it is a yt link, a video or even the main page, that tab crashes and is either recovered or in error. However, it does happen sometimes with other sites as well, and other times not, even with or without a yt tab. Sites like, well, Seven Forums. I had one tab with a website about a poem, and the Seven Forums site on the othe tab; I restored IE by clicking the poem site and it was fine, but when I did the same with Seven Forums one, it crashed like the yt tabs. And its the same when it comes to saving on my favorites; I tested google.com and google mail; google, I can fav that if I wanted to just fine, but google mail, it crashes and restores. Then, I tried another "vid" site similar but different from yt: and I can fav that, and click to open from a preview from IE. IE is acting very weird.

Also, I noticed that in those previews, unless IE is up already, the yt tab playing a vid doesn't actually show it in the previews.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by braddersz View Post
For the YouTube issue. Have you tried updating Flash?
I have filehippo to let me know what updates I would need, one of them being flash. For a while now, filehippo hasn't really popped up with anything that I may have to update. Last time, it was flash and firefox, but I can't remember when that was done.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by braddersz View Post
Try this:

Right click on the task bar, Click on properties, Under Task bar buttons, change this option too: NEVER COMBINE

Attachment 251098

Then Open more then 1 web page. Check the task bar?

If you open another TAB in IE, it will always "group" it on the task bar. You will need to open a new Explorer window each time for it to display sepertely in the Task Bar, Unless you change IE settings to always open new TAB in a new window.
Okay, I did this and the problem is still the same. However, by doing this change, I can just click the IE logo instead of having to select a tab, and if it is a yt tab, it WILL reopen with no problem. But, I even selected "not to peek" and it still peeks; it still previews the tabs, and even when I did click "no" in properties. And when I still left-click the yt tab to see what happens if it works under this new change you led me towards, it's the same crashes/restores/errors.

I'm sorry guys if what I'm saying is weird, but that's because the problem itself is a weird issue because it happened and nothing can explain why or what's wrong and even how to fix it.
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20 Jan 2013   #24

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

I'm not sure what to try next - I'll ask some others to join the thread.
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20 Jan 2013   #25

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

A suggestion was made to reset IE and manually install Flash.

You mentioned that you reset IE - but there are several ways to do that, please take a look at this tool:
SF IE Restorator - Troubleshooting General Issues with IE

Also - let's remove flash - clean up some things and manually install it again:
IE 9.0, problem with playing flash video...
(watch for the stuff that is offered with the install)

edit
Another suggestion was to try this:
Disabling hardware accelerated video playback - YouTube Help
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21 Jan 2013   #26

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Good call I don't use any accelerators of any kind on any browser. When I tried to use accelerators on any browsers all it did was cause problems. To many problems to list.
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25 Jan 2013   #27

Windows 7
 
 

Again, sorry for being late.

Anyway, a strange thing happened: the problems/issues I've been having with IE are now gone. It's fixed, and I didn't do anything. I dl-ed that troubleshoot IE but didn't install nor use it yet, and nor did any of the other things. And finally, filehippo has started appearing again. So, again its weird, but yt can go to full screen, I can delete mail from yahoo, and save sites on my favs. So, yeah...like I said before, weird.
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26 Jan 2013   #28

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

thx for posting back - glad its all working for you.
:-)
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26 Jan 2013   #29

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Did you install the updated Adobe Flash manually?
Did you turn off accelerators?
Their is no little magic ferry flying around fixing computers.
Please think of anything you did from removing a program to using a program or what ever. Knowing how your computer got fix could help many.
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26 Jan 2013   #30

Windows 7
 
 

I don't know. It's strange...

EDIT: I still haven't done CCleaner yet, and would like to but I forgot what to check to clean. Right now, everything under IE is checked except for autocomplete history and passwords; everything is checked under windows explorer except for network passwords; and same goes for System except for Windows error, DNS, font cache, start menu shortcuts, and desktop shortcuts. Is all that fine, or should something(s) be unchecked?
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