Patty M

I have windows vista installed and office2007, however the ie7 stopped running I cannot re-install because I cannot find it to unistall it. The window opens that says the ie encountered a problem and has stopped running, windows will close. Does anyone know how to fix this.


Re: Internet Explorer Web Development Problems running ie7

Lance Leonard

Hi Patty,

What happens when you run IE in No Add-ons mode

-- Lance






Re: Internet Explorer Web Development Problems running ie7

Patty M


HI Lance,

As far as I can see No Add-ons is a Windows XP problem and I have Windows Vista, plus I cannot even open it so I cannot really say.

Please help.

Patty




Re: Internet Explorer Web Development Problems running ie7

Lance Leonard

Hi Patty,

No Add-ons mode is available in windows Vista. To find it from the start menu, choose All Programs | Accessories | System Tools. It's about halfway down the group on my copy; it may be in a slighly differnet place on yours.

You can also find the shortxcut by typing no in the Search box at the bottom of the Start menu. When I do this, the No Add-ons shortcut is the second in the results list. It may appear in a different place on your system.

If you still cannot find the shortcut, choose the Run command from the start menu, type iexplore -extoff into the Run dialog box, and then choose OK.

Any one of these should open IE7 in No Add-ons mode in Windows Vista. You should be able to troubleshoot things from there.

Hope this helps...

-- Lance






Re: Internet Explorer Web Development Problems running ie7

Patty M

Lance hi!

I am sorry to report that nothing of the above works!! ie refuses to open no matter how I try. I found the shortcut and ran the no add ons, but it doesn¡¯t open ie.

How on earth do I uninstall it so I can install it again. Right now I am using firefox but not al sites open with this one.

Please help.

Patty




Re: Internet Explorer Web Development Problems running ie7

Lance Leonard

Patty,

Wow! I'm sorry to hear that. Unfortunately, I can't think of a way to uninstall IE7 from Windows Vista as that's the browser that was released with the OS.

At this point, I would check for malware, viruses, and other stuff, for something sounds seriously messed up.

Alternatively, you might try contacing support directly. Perhaps they can help troubleshoot more deeply than I can here.

Sorry...

-- Lance