Quote: Originally Posted by Britton30
All that should be needed is to run Windows update and IE10 will be offered, no need ti uninstall IE9. If you try to uninstall IE9 you will wreck the system.
Well thats what happened to mine G it looks to me that X has got some apps on the machine that have "tidied up" the machine but have corrupted the registry because those instructions I sent should have just blown the IE9 away. I wasn't real keen on that app that did the registry stuff not involving the command prompt way and I am wondering what else there is on the machine.
I have done the reg delete a few times now without hitchs even on my own machines and then just run the update or get the downloaded IE10 or 9 to run from Downloads.
Thats also why I asked X to download the Explorers beforehand in case we got into strife.
I think it does look like a clean install to be honest.