Hmm, so if it is not possible to install IE 8 rc in windows 7. Then what happens when the IE 8 pre-installed version that comes in windows 7 is corrupted or damaged?
I was push the envelope last night this morning oc'ing my cpu, seems as if the 32bit IE just hangs now? The 64bit version is intact, only thing about that one, whilst much faster adobe flash does not work on 64bit browzer other than linux or ubantu.
So, I already have near 200gb on my raid0 which shares the windows7 os. Can say that I am up for doing any kind of fresh os installs as my back up drive is 80gb....somewhere along the way after installing Windows 7 I went from 60ish gb to where it is now
There must be some way to repair the 32bit internet explorer without having to use the restore point feature no?