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Windows 7 and IE9


Madrat

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Will there ever be a solution to "an add on failed to run" when using Internet Explora 9 and Windows 7 ???

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buteman

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Have you tried running in compatibility mode.And are you using the 32Bit version of I/E or the 64bit version. What add-on is not running.

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buteman

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Looks like you have to allow doubleclick.net to run.

SOLVED! doubleclick.net was in my restricted sites list. Thanks for trying to help

That seemed to have solved everyones problems.

I Think Spywareblaster automatically blocks it but I may be wrong.

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buteman

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Madrat

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Hi, using 32bit. Don't seam to have double click.net, but still getting the problem?????

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rdave13

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Check for latest flash player, here.

Verify your Java, here.

Disable ActiveX Filtering, Tools icon- safety- make sure no tick applied to ActiveX Filtering.

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buteman

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Ok go to Tools.Internet Options.privacy.Sites.Scroll down to Doubleclick .net click on it to highlight it and press allow on top right.Ok and apply if it is there.

See if that makes any difference.

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Madrat

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Removed doubleclick .net and .co.uk and everything seams fine now thanks god, was driving me mad. I was about to go over to Firefox.

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rdave13

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fiatman go over to firefox? Shudder the thought of going over to a 'lesser' browser.

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rdave13

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PS,click the tick to the right, if you will. Helps other readers when they browse. Ta muchly....

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