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jalea148    0

I've reinstalled ie7, ie8, ie9; none will load even if the installation goes as far as asking to restart the pc.

Generally, I use firefox. But there is an application that requires IE. The IE add-on doesn't help. [similarly for Chrome]

Anti-virus is turned off and neither the 32 bit or 64 bit versions load.

Hotfix did not help. Tried to fix registry manually and ran into:

Mshtml.dll was loaded, but the DllRegisterServer entry point was not found.

Subsequently, ran into cmdin.dll not found.

Edited by Tripredacus

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FlierMate    0

I've reinstalled ie7, ie8, ie9; none will load even if the installation goes as far as asking to restart the pc.

Generally, I use firefox. But there is an application that requires IE. The IE add-on doesn't help. [similarly for Chrome]

Anti-virus is turned off and neither the 32 bit or 64 bit versions load.

Windows XP only supports IE8, AFAIK.

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bphlpt    104
Windows XP only supports IE8, AFAIK.

That is not right. IE6 was released with XP, and updates to IE7 and IE8 have been officially available. I'm not positive that all 3 are supported by XP x64, but I think so. I'm not sure at all what the status is for IE9. It was not officially released for XP, but there may have been some tricks made to allow it to be used.

Cheers and Regards

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FlierMate    0
Windows XP only supports IE8, AFAIK.

That is not right. IE6 was released with XP, and updates to IE7 and IE8 have been officially available.

I should have said "Windows XP supports up to IE8". :angry::lol:

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