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    BOFA Website

    Internet Exploder 9 Beta, 9 RC, I had no problems with my Bank site.
    Now that I am in the final version I cannot access BOA.
    Just for giggle I checked it on an XP with IE 8 and no problem logging in, next I went back to my machine and no go.
    So out of sheer desperation I decided to download Firefox, and like the XP machine no problem logging in.
    I looked at my settings and look ok, flushed the DNS, cleared all cookies. I'm out of ideas. So I will turn to you all.
    Any ideas?
    Thanks John
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    Not sure what could be happening. I just signed onto the BOA site with my normal signon. No problems at all. Are you using the 32 Bit version or 64 Bit version. I have been using the 32 Bit version recently. Perhaps the 64 Bit version is having the problem.
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    Have you tried it in compatability mode?

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    Joe and Ted,
    Im not sure what is going on either. I am using the 32bit version and yes I have the compatability set
    thanks Guys
    Thanks John
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    Have you tried it with compatability mode off (i.e. normal mode)?

    Have you cleared your TIF?

    Joe

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    Your account might be in the red Attachment 27661
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeperez View Post
    Have you tried it with compatability mode off (i.e. normal mode)?

    Have you cleared your TIF?

    Joe
    Haven't tried that Joe. Yup, TIF's cleared
    Thanks John
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roderunner View Post
    Your account might be in the red Attachment 27661
    Funny Guy Roderunner....LOL
    Thanks John
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    Quote Originally Posted by t8ntlikly View Post
    Funny Guy Roderunner....LOL
    Just in case I was correct.

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    Don't know if BofA use it but do you have ActiveX disabled?

    Have you tried resetting IE to defaults?

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    I assume IE9 still has security zones. If you add the B of A site to the trusted sites list, does that make any difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jscher2000 View Post
    I assume IE9 still has security zones. If you add the B of A site to the trusted sites list, does that make any difference?
    Yup! Double checked that
    Thanks John
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    I had a similar problem with two banks I deal with right after I upgraded from IE8 to IE9 final. Have you tried to run IE9 with all add-ons disabled? I found when I did that I was able to log in to both banks' web sites. I then had to determine which of the add-ons from my previous IE8 installation were not working under IE9. Here is how it worked out for me.

    In my case I narrowed it down to the active-x control for Adobe Flash player. When I disabled it, I was able to get into my banks. I then went to the Adobe download and obtained the latest version but found that had the same problem when enabled when logging on a bank.

    I read threads in the Adobe community forum for Flash Player and found others with the same problem with Flash being blamed. As part of the troubleshooting, support asked us to visit a test page and report what we see. What we saw was a properly working Flash demo. Then they asked us to right click on the demo and get into the control panel page. I got to that page OK but instead of the control panel, I and a few others got a white blank space where the panel should be and right clicking on the blank box brought up the correct content menu.

    Something else in IE9 was hosing Flash. Following a suggestion by one of the forum members, I went to the advanced tab of Internet Options and unchecked "Do not save encrypted pages to disk" in the Security group.

    I found that this fixed my problem and I no longer had to disable flash before going to a bank.

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    What's the actual problem you're getting?

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    Mike,
    thank you very much. I disabled all of the Add Ons, which I had done before and that did no good. I still couldn't get to the site key part of Bofa login. I next went and unchecked the "Do not save....." in Internet Options, and that did the trick.
    So thanks again!
    Thanks John
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