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Hey

I have just recently installed IE7 on two machines. After installing it the pc's have been running a bit slower. After uninstalling IE7 I got these problems: The computers freezes and resets and there are constant messages saying that you need to use the windows cd and repair the windows registry, which i then have to boot my pc from the cd first. Even though it "repairs", the same problems occur. I've seen a similar problem with someone using and AMD Athlon 64 which is what my pc's are using. I dont know if its hardware related but I know its ever since I installed IE7.

Anyone getting the same issues? Does anyone know how to fix the problem?

Thankyou in advanced

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Last Post by xrugger
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Try doing a system restore prior to the date that you installed IE7. I've been reading about all kinds of problems associated with M$'s new browser, it seem that M$ has yet again dumped one of their programs on the unsuspecting public to debug it for them.

This is another reason that I will not go back to IE, I don't have any problems with Firefox.

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Thanks. Ive tried system restores and there are still problems. IE7 is yet another typical MS product.

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I used system mechanic 7 but the same problems still exist. IE7 has changed some settings and files or left some files behind. Do you know how to find and delete these files? thanks

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fire up system mechaninc again and then go to uninstall software
and instead of going to the regular tab go to uninstall unliisted programs and look for IE7[ uninstalling non listed programs can be found in freeup drivespace>uninstall unlisted software then the tab in there.]
if IE7 is not there REINSTALL IT then try to uninstall it by that way so it makes sure it uninstalles everything that has to do with IE7 and i mean everything
and please tell me you are browsing daniweb with FIREFOX 2.0

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Sounds to me, that when you uninstalled, you deleted some necessary files that would allow it to fall back to IE 6.0. I preformed the same without a hitch.

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