IE has encountered a problem

  Hetti 08:24 09 Dec 06

When I try to watch a recording of a greyhound race on a website I get the message

"IE has encountered a problem and needs to close, you will lose anything you were working on".

I use IE5 becuase I had problems with IE7 and had to revert back to IE5 (previous post)

  VoG II 08:27 09 Dec 06

Try a repair click here

  Happy Dude 08:46 09 Dec 06

you really shouldn't be using IE unless you have a valid reason.

Get Firefox; it's much more stable, feature packed, oh, and doesn't have all those nasties like IE ;)

click here

  Andsome 08:50 09 Dec 06

Firefox IS NOT all it's cracked up to be. Tried it and got rid of it. Browsers are a matter of personal choice.

  skidzy 08:53 09 Dec 06

Hetti is there a reason why rolling back to IE 5 and not IE 6 if you do not like IE 7.

Though i tend to agree with Happy Dude regarding Firefox,i find it more stable and easy to use.

Internet Explorer 6 if you prefer click here

  Hetti 09:18 09 Dec 06

I was going to repair IE but I cannot see it listed in programes in Add/Remove.
I also tried to install IE6 and I got so far into the installation and I got "Cannot continue as we have detected a more recent IE (this will be from the IE7 i tried to install a couple of weeks ago) again there is no listing for it in Add/Remove programes,
I went through the list three times and neithier of them are there.
If I try Firefox do I need to uninstall IE insallations first.
Im working so I may not get back here quickly

  SLAYER 09:20 09 Dec 06

Hear hear Andsome.

  VoG II 09:48 09 Dec 06

Which version of Windows?

  Hetti 09:53 09 Dec 06

WinXP pro

  VoG II 09:54 09 Dec 06

It isn't listed in Add or Remove programs in XP. You need to follow the repair method for XP click here

  Hetti 11:06 09 Dec 06

Thanks VoG
I clicked the link but I cannot see repair for IE5 winXP, is it the one that is listed as IE5 win 2000
Sorry if this is silly but Im not so good on PC'S

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