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    Hello Ted,

    I checked out the link you provided. I tried it. First I am told I need to connect to the internet to upgrade, which I am. I try it 2 or 3 times and seems to realize then I am connected to the internet. Then it tells me it can't continue because it can't upgrade the version installed. I tried to uninstall SP 1, but seems I ran a disk cleanup after installing SP 1, the files needed to uninstall SP 1 are no longer there. I am told my only option is a complete recovery. When I have the time I may try it, but right just not worth the trouble. I appreciate your help, thanks

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    Hello Ted,

    I am now in the process of a complete recovery. IE 32 bit is working again. I have no clue what went wrong, but I know I will not be installing IE 9 RC. Thanks agian.

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    RC9 whipped out IE8 on my system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodgerbeard View Post
    RC9 whipped out IE8 on my system.
    I'd guess you mean "wiped out". Unless you run some third party software, you can't run more than one version of IE at a time.

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodgerbeard View Post
    RC9 whipped out IE8 on my system.
    So it did exactly what it is designed to do. If your OS is 64 Bit you can have both 32 Bit and 64 Bit versions of IE 8 OR 32 Bit and 64 Bit versions of IE9, not both as Joe mentioned. If your OS is 32 Bit, you can have the 32 Bit version of IE 8 OR the 32 Bit version of IE 9, again not both.
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