unreal wrote:Ever since I installed IE10 on my Win7 Pro 32bit a lot of things go wrong.
First of all IE10 is not working. I cannot surf the web at all. Every site I go to I get a message "page cannot be displayed". Also Windows update is not working.
Other updates don't work either such as Adobe Flash player.
I did all the updates required by Microsoft before installing IE10 but it doesn't work. Any ideas ?
Sargent Duck wrote:Sounds like a networking issue.
Have you tried connecting with another browser? Do you get the same issue with those?
rado992 wrote:Well, if you don't insist on using IE10, reverting to IE9 is the easiest option. Try using System Restore to revert to a point before the IE10 installation and see how that goes.
Ryu Connor wrote:http://support.microsoft.com/kb/957700
unreal wrote:Problem not solved yet. I uninstalled IE10. But when I try to install IE9 I get a message telling me that IE9 already installed on my PC. I still can't run windows updates and any other updates. This is bad.
Ryu Connor wrote:I probably should have gotten more involved in this than simply linking you what you wanted.
Control Panel > Look in the upper right hand corner and make sure the "Category" drop down menu says Small or Large Icons > Internet Options > Advanced Tab > Reset button at the bottom of the menu.
If that fixes the problem feel free to safely re-install IE10.
Ryu Connor wrote:That tool does some destructive stuff. He really shouldn't do that except as a last resort.
Ryu Connor wrote:One of the options I listed is designed to fix Windows Update and isn't destructive. It would be better to start there.
Ryu Connor wrote:I understand the problem, but your OS is significantly tore up. Uninstalling it didn't fix it and apparently the reset of IE to stock also didn't fix it.
- Control Panel > Internet Options > Connections Tab > LAN settings > uncheck Use a proxy server for your LAN.
- Launch a command prompt with elevated priviledges and do a chkdsk c: /f (where C: is the system drive)
- Launch a command prompt with elevated priviledges and do a sfc /scannow
- Download and run the System Update Readiness Tool. This tool is designed to repair Windows Update.
If none of this fixes the problem your options start to narrow considerably.
Savyg wrote:I don't really know how you can say it's destructive anyway,
I am thinking about re-installing my OS.
Savyg wrote:unreal wrote:I am about to re-install windows.
out of rabid curiousity...
why the hell would you use a 32 bit version anyway?