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IE7 Problems - We're not alone!

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I thought some of the "experts" who have helped me and others get EMC9 running might get a kick out of the email I just received from CNN. CNN Pipeline is a subscription service that allows me to view 4 of their news feeds on my PC. Evidently, they're also grappling with some of the IE7 changes. Maybe we're ahead of the curve! Good luck. - Dave

 

Dear Dave,

 

As you may know, a new version of Internet Explorer has been released.

Currently, the CNN Pipeline Web Player is not compatible with IE7. We

are working hard to release an IE7-supported version of the web player

in the coming days, and will notify you when it is available.

 

In addition, while the CNN Pipeline downloadable player is compatible

with IE7, there are instances where it may not launch according to the

preferences you have chosen. If you are experiencing any problems with

the CNN Pipeline downloadable player due to an upgrade to IE7, please

visit http://www.CNN.com/help/pipeline/IE7 for potential solutions.

 

Thank You,

The CNN Pipeline Team

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I said just recently that a few of my programs I use for tv capture and playback was not compatible with IE7.....now it is since the recent release but there are lots of programs with moderate to major problems. I'm sure they'll be worked out but this just shows it wasn't a 'Roxio' thing.

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I found the same thing - but now with the final version of IE7 installed - all of the problems I noted have gone away including EMC 9's. There is hope! :)

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I thought some of the "experts" who have helped me and others get EMC9 running might get a kick out of the email I just received from CNN. CNN Pipeline is a subscription service that allows me to view 4 of their news feeds on my PC. Evidently, they're also grappling with some of the IE7 changes. Maybe we're ahead of the curve! Good luck. - Dave

At work some of our computers use a Novell application server for MS Office and Adobe. Our version of Novell client is not compatible with IE7 - this means no IE7 until IT Dept figures a fix.

 

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I found the same thing - but now with the final version of IE7 installed - all of the problems I noted have gone away including EMC 9's. There is hope! :)

Does this mean that I can now install IE 7 and I will not have an issue with EMC 9 launching?

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Does this mean that I can now install IE 7 and I will not have an issue with EMC 9 launching?

I have on one system with no problems and others have said they have been in the clear as well.

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I found the same thing - but now with the final version of IE7 installed - all of the problems I noted have gone away including EMC 9's. There is hope! :D

 

Not in my case. I was told in another discussion on this website that EMC9 worked with IE7 because I was having problems with EMC7.5. So, I bought EMC9 and it arrived by UPS a couple of days ago. I also updated IE7 to Beta 2 because Microsoft told me I should. I just learned from MS that so I'm stuck with it, unless I want to reformat my computer.

:) Guess what?! EMC9 doesn't work. I had slide presentations prepared in VideoWave 7.5 and the pictures won't install. The program was looking for the pictures with a .png extension when they're actually .jpg.

 

Yesterday, I tried to set up my DVD title page by dragging & dropping items. Nothing worked.

 

:huh::D:DI AM NOT A HAPPY CAMPER! I just waisted over $100 on a program that won't work.

 

When will something be done to fix this problem? I came back from my vacation 2 months ago and by the looks of things, won't have my DVD completed until a year after I returned!

Edited by Tigger59

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I also updated IE7 to Beta 2 because Microsoft told me I should.
EMC 9 does NOT work with IE 7 BETA. It does work with IE7 final release. Remove IE7 beta using teh Control Panel. You should be able to do that and then install IE 7 final release.

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EMC 9 does NOT work with IE 7 BETA. It does work with IE7 final release. Remove IE7 beta using teh Control Panel. You should be able to do that and then install IE 7 final release.

 

Please tell me how to remove IE7 Beta 2 with Control Panel. It doesn't show in Add/Remove Programs and when I went to Help & Support to ask if I could remove the program, it said that IE7 Beta cannot be removed!

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Please tell me how to remove IE7 Beta 2 with Control Panel. It doesn't show in Add/Remove Programs and when I went to Help & Support to ask if I could remove the program, it said that IE7 Beta cannot be removed!

It should be in the control panel and I was able to remove it that way. Is the 'show updates' box checked?

IE7 beta should be the final Windows update shown.

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Please tell me how to remove IE7 Beta 2 with Control Panel. It doesn't show in Add/Remove Programs and when I went to Help & Support to ask if I could remove the program, it said that IE7 Beta cannot be removed!

 

If you can't find IE7 in Control Panel (Add or Remove Programs) with Show Updates checked , go there and on the left side of the screen click on Add/Remove Windows Components. Maybe unchecking IE will remove it and let you install IE7 Final. Good luck.

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Or you can just use this Internet Explorer 7 Uninstall Toolkit?

 

Info on it below:

Forces uninstall of Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 using default files and settings.

This toolkit will uninstall Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 using default files and settings from Microsoft.

 

It is only intended for use if normal uninstallation methods failed.

 

Some users are unable to remove Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 because the original files and registry keys needed to uninstall Internet Explroer 7 Beta 2 are no longer on the system, usually because a cleaner tool deleted them to save disk space.

 

Download from here:

http://download.microsoft.com/download/4/1...u-UNINSTALL.exe

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