Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Don Williams, Feb 11, 2006.

  1. Don Williams

    jennifer Guest

    I think Microsoft warns you before you install IE7. I guess Microsoft should
    also tell you that IE7 beta is only for advanced users. Thats a suggestion
    for Microsoft.
    jennifer, Mar 6, 2006
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    Cheryl Guest

    Well, I have been doing this for many, many years and have beta tested many
    programs including the first Lotus programs. But this is the first time I
    have been unable to get the beta OFF of my system. It actually crashed midway
    through the UNINSTALL and therefore only had a part of the program left. Not
    enough to run, just enough to not let me reinstall as it said it was already
    there, and wouldn't revert back to IE 6. Maybe I'm not Mr. Gates, but this
    wasn't my first rodeo either.

    The real problem to begin with was the fact that there was a blank screen
    for more than 17 minutes when I first opened the program. Never got anything
    more. Couldn't get into the program any further and couldn't get out.

    Maybe the developer, in this case, should have had a backup plan for IF it
    crashes during uninstall. I certainly would suggest that they do a little
    more research on 7.
    Cheryl, Mar 7, 2006
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    kel Guest

    i want to uninstall ie7 and reinstall ie6 - any way to point me in the right
    kel, Feb 10, 2007
  4. Don Williams

    Chuck Davis Guest

    Add & Remove Programs. It will automatically re-install IE6.
    Chuck Davis, Feb 10, 2007
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