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Windows 7: Is that me or the ActiveX wrong?

05 Apr 2010   #1
TripleRhu

 
Is that me or the ActiveX wrong?

I was using FF, as usual, and I used the Coral IE tab, and used an activeX-login. then, the computer started to load something, then suddenly the BSOD came out. I did install it correctly, (both ActiveX and coral IE tab), so I tried IE. Guess what? Same thing happened. HELP!


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05 Apr 2010   #2
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