ie 8 & ie7 pro

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by siberianwolf, Apr 6, 2009.

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  1. siberianwolf

    siberianwolf Registered Member

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    are there any known compatibility issues? do they get along well?
     
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    I use it with IE8 and don't have any major complaints. You might check out their forums to get a feel for the experiences of other users.
     
  3. TairikuOkami

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    They work fine, but the problem is, that after a while, IE7Pro gets disabled, so AD or flash blocking and etc does not work. You have to close and reopen IE.
     
  4. siberianwolf

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    alright, thank you.
     
  5. deanmartin

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    I did this and Ad & Flash blocker work again just fine with the new IE8 browser on Vista 32bit Home Premium. I did a reinstall 1st of IE7Pro then ( dont no if that made a difference or not)

    Start prompt……type cmd
    Right click cmd.exe
    Choose run as administrator
    Type regsvr32 actxprxy.dll
    Press enter
    Restart pc
     
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  6. TairikuOkami

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    Thanks for the tip, but it does not work on my PC with IE7Pro 64-bit and developers do not let out any words about new version compatible with IE8. :(
     
  7. deanmartin

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    Im sorry, and yes its sad, I was about to pull whats left of my hair out for a cure untill I tried that. Now Ad & Flash blocking are back to normal here.
     
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