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Windows 7: IE9 beta crashes

20 Sep 2010   #11
alphanumeric

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If you go to start > all programs > accessories > system tools you will find an Internet Explore (no add-ons) icon. It's the 32 bit version IE because that is what the default is. It's worth a try, it didn't work for me, IE 9 x32 still crashed with a "A problem has prevented this program from working" message. That might not be the exact message but its close. The 32 bit beta worked OK for me for a while. I had a problem where the "View Downloads" menu option didn't work. I did a "Reset Internet Explorer settings" and it never worked again. I un-installed and then re-installed, and it didn't fix it. I even did a system restore but IE 9 crashed again while i was browsing the Java update website and went back to the A problem... message and then just closes. I ended up un-installing and going back to IE 8.


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20 Sep 2010   #12
RHinNC

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by alphanumeric View Post
If you go to start > all programs > accessories > system tools you will find an Internet Explore (no add-ons) icon. It's the 32 bit version IE because that is what the default is. It's worth a try, it didn't work for me, IE 9 x32 still crashed with a "A problem has prevented this program from working" message. That might not be the exact message but its close. The 32 bit beta worked OK for me for a while. I had a problem where the "View Downloads" menu option didn't work. I did a "Reset Internet Explorer settings" and it never worked again. I un-installed and then re-installed, and it didn't fix it. I even did a system restore but IE 9 crashed again while i was browsing the Java update website and went back to the A problem... message and then just closes. I ended up un-installing and going back to IE 8.
Thanks for the very thorough response. Since this issue came up for me, I have seen on several other forums others that are having similar issues. Right now I think I will let IE9 "mature" a bit. Just doesn't appear to me, at least, that it is ready for prime time. I too have sucessfully gone back to IE8 and all is well again.
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