IE7 problem with Google , Youtube & Facebook

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  1. TeflonShield

    TeflonShield Registered Member

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    hi guys

    i experience some annoying problems in ie7 lately

    i have pretty clean system , regulary scanned &cleaned ..also use registry&files cleaning tools& optimizing tools... so i think its not the problem

    when i use these three sites : Google , Youtube & Facebook

    1.whenever i google the ie7 doesnt save the highlight of the search page

    if i move another page and came back..

    2.in youtube when i play video and passover the mouse on the comments they move to the other opposite side


    3.its strange problem when i open Facebook and its fully loaded the screen goes black (like restart) and theres no signal what force me to restart..

    *sometimes it happens when i logout from my facebook account too



    i have firefox 4 and all of these problems i described above doesnt happen

    plz dont replay with these comments about that firefox is better and why i should stick with it...i am expreniced with that but IE7 is my main browser
    i like to use IE7
     
  2. Daveski17

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    What operating system are you running?
     
  3. TeflonShield

    TeflonShield Registered Member

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    windows xp sp3 32bit
     
  4. funkydude

    funkydude Registered Member

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    XP supports upto IE8.
     
  5. TeflonShield

    TeflonShield Registered Member

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    Yes i know but i rather IE7 because some problems i have with IE8
     
  6. funkydude

    funkydude Registered Member

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    So the question is are those problems more or less annoying than the problems you have with IE7?
     
  7. vasa1

    vasa1 Registered Member

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    Maybe it is?
     
  8. TeflonShield

    TeflonShield Registered Member

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    as far as i can tell always when i tried installing IE8 i experinced some problems....

    and only lately with IE7 so i thought i would better try resolve the problem with IE7 since it never did these problems
     
  9. TeflonShield

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    i doubt its , maybe....

    because i use only known good registry &optimizing tools
     
  10. thanatos_theos

    thanatos_theos Registered Member

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    Please refrain from using registry cleaners/optimizers without knowing and being certain what to fix/remove. Make sure your Windows is up to date. You could try the following and see if they solve your problems.

    -disable any adblocker and local proxy like Quero, IE7Pro, Ad Muncher, Privoxy, Proxomitron
    -disable Content advisor. IE > Tools > Content > Content advisor
    -open IE with no add-ons. Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > IE (no add-ons)
    -reset IE settings to default. IE > Tools > Internet Options > Advanced > Reset
    -repair/reinstall IE. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/318378

    Please be more clear. I didn't understand. A screenshot will help. Do you mean that when you press the back button you are not brought back to the former page but to the same (current) page? Usually this happens when you were relayed by a link referrer or an ad.

    In the past, using IE 7/8 when logging-out from Facebook, it returns a page cannot be displayed. Refreshing manually leads you to the Facebook homepage. It seems to have been fixed since I never encountered one for months. Windows might be Bsoding? Disable auto-restart. Control panel > System > Advanced >Startup and recovery > System failure > Uncheck Automatically restart.
     
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