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01-18-2011 11:02 PM - edited 01-18-2011 11:03 PM
Ya reset IE can remove all addon, this very helpfull since no problems with your inet device, how to check the divice use this step
enjoy surfing guys
01-20-2011 03:43 PM
Most of the internet explorer error's can be fixed by unchecking enable third party browser extension which is in advanced tab of IE option which can be accessed by clicking on Tools on the top right, then on Internet Options and click on Advanced tab . Make sure once you uncheck enable third party browser extension, close internet explorer & reopen or restart the system once to take effect .
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03-10-2011 07:56 AM
I have similar problem on HP Pav 735n after non-destructive system recapture using (F-10) at start up. Computer will not connect thru wireless network and D-Link DWA-125 AND ROUTER (BOTH NETWORK DEVICES WORKIN CORRECTLY and show "installed" and "Connected" Yet the computer refuses to go on line. Have installed updates from HP still no change. F10 is supposed to return all settings to factory defaults but that would include internet connectivity I think. Any ideas why the computer would lose connectivity after Recapture???
05-28-2011 02:17 PM
Referring to the third party browser extension - you have a
three choice, Allow, Block or Prompt. You must select one
of the choices, most likely prompt. I personally select block.
06-28-2011 03:00 PM
Please follow the below steps to fix the IE issue:
Please click on start-> control panel-> Network and Internet-> Internet options-> Advanced tab-> Click on Reset button at the bottom and click on apply and OK.
Please do not update Internet explorer version to 9. The main reason is Microsoft has launched only IE9 beta version (Trial version). There are many issues with this. So please don't upgrade your IE more than 8 versions.
If you have already upgraded it then please follow the below steps to remove it from your computer.
Please click on start-> control panel-> click on uninstall a program under program icon-> Click on "view installed updates" which is on the left side of the window-> Find IE9 and right click on it and click on uninstall.
04-19-2012 05:42 AM
I agree. I usually turn off all IE accessories inluding those toolbars. And plugin enabled are only flash and java.
I wont why microsft still hasn't have a stable version of IE9.
04-19-2012 06:59 AM
Since the first Post made here, IE9 has settled down, as for myself have found IE9 to be most workable. Unless you find it essential to install Java, then don't, caused me several malware errors reporting on my screen, uninstalling Java cured reported errors.