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Windows 7: How can I fix my IE10 after that update from IE11

04 Dec 2013   #1
DoeZ

Windows7 Home Premium 32-bit SP-1
 
 
How can I fix my IE10 after that update from IE11

Not too long ago Gregrocker was so very kind and totally did a reinstall of my Windows7 Home Premium Edition 32-bit for me. It was a complete disaster and he had magical fingers and fixed my laptop so it felt like it was brand new again. I had my IE back of which I didn't have before and he set my laptop up for me so I wouldn't have any problems. And I was extremely grateful for everything that he helped me with.

Well I'm back again with problems once again with this stupid IE. I personally switched from my GoogleChrome on the words from Greg that it just wasn't as good as Microsoft. So I gave it a try and I've been using FireFox ever since then...I don't even go into IE ever...and the updates were set up for automatic...so I really didn't have to worry about that either or so I thought...BUT...I had to go into IE for work related stuff and when I went in there that's when I noticed everything looked all messed up. I don't even have a front page everything is white and over on the right it looks like a different language of which I have no idea which one...I tried to go into my windows updates to see what was installed and saw that IE11 was installed with a ton of other items as well...and reading in the Microsoft post about all this I hi-lited IE11 and uninstalled it and it took me back to IE10 but I still have all these problems that I don't know how to explain nor how to fix. So where do I go or how do I start fixing this in dummy mode
Any suggestions would be great.

Thanks
DoeZ


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04 Dec 2013   #2
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hello DoeZ,

Please go ahead and post back with a screenshot showing what you are seeing to see if it may help to ID what the issue could be.

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04 Dec 2013   #3
DoeZ

Windows7 Home Premium 32-bit SP-1
 
 

Hi Brink...

Sorry it took me a bit to get to you. I was trying to do that and take care of my grandson at the same time and unfortunately he won LOL. So while he was drinking his bottle I tried to pull up my IE and there's nothing there but a blank white page with the 2 tabs at the top now. I had an update that installed this morning it was from Nov 26, 2013 and I'm trying to remember what it was from I know it was Microsoft it had a KB something and the last 4 numbers were 7585 and I had to restart my laptop. But I really never went back to it because after that I had nothing on my desktop at all...ie...any of my icons or gadgets and that's when I started thinking I messed up again. But I had to power down with the button and waited a bit and pushed the button again to start it up walked away and when I came back my screen was black. Ya freak out!!! LOL I had changed some settings trying to help my laptop with its performance and connections it's been really bad lately and makes feel like a neighbor is using my wifi or something. But anyways as I was saying when I opened it there were just 2 tabs and nothing loaded. And I couldn't click on anything. Then I had to my grandson down to sleep so I'll try to post a pix tomorrow for you. Thanks
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04 Dec 2013   #4
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Ok.

If you like, you might also give completely resetting IE a try for now to see if it may help.


Internet Explorer - Reset
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05 Dec 2013   #5
DoeZ

Windows7 Home Premium 32-bit SP-1
 
 

Brink I was reading thru all this last night...sounds like easiest way out of it...will it effect my Firefox settings at all? For ex...my add on...my bookmarks etc etc etc. Also will I lose any of my new files that I've downloaded since then...like Spyware or Malware stuff or CCleaner...and any of my personal items...will they all be safe as well? And once this is done do you suggest I go back to IE9 seeings as that one doesn't have as many problems or just stay with IE10 or what should I do? Thanks again for your help and I'm very sorry for bombarding you with all my questions.

DoeZ
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05 Dec 2013   #6
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

It'll only affect Internet Explorer and nothing else.
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05 Dec 2013   #7
DoeZ

Windows7 Home Premium 32-bit SP-1
 
 

Awesome...And when I'm done doing this I'll basically be back to a new laptop again...for the most part...What would you suggest I do with my IE...I recall that IE10 was a troublesome one to begin with...have they fixed it since all this it first came out or should I go back to IE9?
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05 Dec 2013   #8
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

I personally haven't had any issues with IE11.
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05 Dec 2013   #9
DoeZ

Windows7 Home Premium 32-bit SP-1
 
 

Egads...see now I'm even more confused. It all started when it automatically updated itself to the IE11 and all those other zillion three thousand 2 million 4 hundred 75 updates that went with it lol. (with a lil exaggeration there) That's when I had no face to my IE and a different language and it was all a mess.
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05 Dec 2013   #10
DavidE

Multi-Boot W7_Pro_x64 W8.1_Pro_x64 W10_Pro_x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DoeZ View Post
Hi Brink...

Sorry it took me a bit to get to you. I was trying to do that and take care of my grandson at the same time and unfortunately he won LOL. So while he was drinking his bottle I tried to pull up my IE and there's nothing there but a blank white page with the 2 tabs at the top now. I had an update that installed this morning it was from Nov 26, 2013 and I'm trying to remember what it was from I know it was Microsoft it had a KB something and the last 4 numbers were 7585 and I had to restart my laptop. But I really never went back to it because after that I had nothing on my desktop at all...ie...any of my icons or gadgets and that's when I started thinking I messed up again. But I had to power down with the button and waited a bit and pushed the button again to start it up walked away and when I came back my screen was black. Ya freak out!!! LOL I had changed some settings trying to help my laptop with its performance and connections it's been really bad lately and makes feel like a neighbor is using my wifi or something. But anyways as I was saying when I opened it there were just 2 tabs and nothing loaded. And I couldn't click on anything. Then I had to my grandson down to sleep so I'll try to post a pix tomorrow for you. Thanks
Hello DoeZ,

If you're not sure what updates installed you can see them in
Windows Update > View update history
Windows Update - View Update History Details
You can also remove updates from here by clicking on Installed Updates
Windows Update - Uninstall an Update
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