IE 7 and Norton InternetSecurity/SystemWorks 2006

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by gfkuehn, Feb 15, 2006.

  1. gfkuehn

    gfkuehn Guest

    I had installed IE 7, but there wore problems with scripting of Norton
    Internet Security and SystemWorks 2006. Some tools like SPAM or AdBlocking
    were never more accessable. I could not configurate them any more.
    So I had to uninstall IE 7. Pity because there are a lot of new items which
    I would appreciate very much.
    Is there any support in near future?
    G.F.Kuehn (Berlin)

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    gfkuehn, Feb 15, 2006
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    LapDog Guest

    IE7 has been causing errors in my Norton SystemWorks. On the surface, it
    looks as if IE7 is not managing memory properly because I get an 'instruction
    read error'
    from Norton every time I launch IE7.
    I've had it with this "hack" of a browser - I'm removing it and going back
    to IE6. Too bad, because there's a lot about IE7 that I like.
    LapDog, Dec 13, 2006
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    NotMe Guest

    If it's from Norton, that explains a lot.
    I haven't allowed anything from Nortin on my systems since XP was released.
    Norton seems to cause a lot of the problems they claim to fix.
    Remove Norton, get something that really works.
    NotMe, Dec 13, 2006
  4. And don't replace it with McAfee.

    Frank Saunders, MS-MVP OE/WM, Dec 13, 2006
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    NotMe Guest

    Ditto, neither of those 'big boys' remembers how to write efficent software
    NotMe, Dec 13, 2006
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    Glenn S. Guest

    Many years ago, Norton was a good program. Now it's bloated,
    like IE7. It's best to avoid both.

    Glenn S.
    Non-computer nerd user of IE6.

    If you don't like Internet Explorer 7, and want to go back to IE6,
    go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs.
    Find Windows Internet Explorer 7, highlight it, and click "Remove".
    That will take you back to IE6. The roll-back process worked
    for me, for which I am grateful to Microsoft.
    Glenn S., Dec 13, 2006
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