dlbear April 1, 2009 at 08:31:11 Specs: Windows XP
An XP SP3 user I support decided he'd like to try IE8. After the install he found that it didn't work well and not at all with some sites he needs to use. Rather than uninstall it or call me he did a System Restore. After that his IE7 crashes after 5 seconds and he can't print from Outlook Express. I loaded Firefox and downloaded IE7 to reinstall it but that didn't help. So I loaded Thunderbird and transferred all his Internet operations over to Mozilla products. If his Auto Updates work OK I see no particular reason to do anything else. However if Auto Updates don't work I might need to fix his IE. Anyone ever heard of an issue like this and what could be done about it?
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