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Windows 7: When using IE10 on Windows 7 x64, causes crash with unknown module

03 Jun 2013   #11

Windows 7 X64

Thanks guys for other browsers. I will look into them and see what works for me. Firefox has been around for a long time and I know it stable. I never heard of the other ones.


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 When using IE10 on Windows 7 x64, causes crash with unknown module

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