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    Script error when trying to print from IE 10 or 9 or Win Live Mail

    I had posted this issue in the non outlook email section but at further investigation I believe that this is an IE issue. I have a Win 7 home premium 64 bit system fully updated using Win Security Essentials and Win Firewall for security. I had thought that my issue was with Live Mail but I believe that it is with IE. IE10 wouldn't print so I un installed it and IE 9 did print. Thinking that I had solved part of the problem I re installed IE10 and IE wouldn't print. Un-installed it and got back to IE9 and found that I got the script error again. Live Mail used to function properly. I don't use IE but my wife uses live mail and likes it. She would like it better if it would print.
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    Found the solution here
    http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=238704

    Posting from tgell
    Sorry,
    I meant if you are using Windows 7 32bit or 64bit. You might want to try a repair. If you are using Win7 64bit, you would use one of the following scripts shown here depending on which version of IE you are using. The scripts also work for IE9

    ie8-rereg.32on64.zip: for 32bit IE8 on 64bit Windows
    ie8-rereg.64on64.zip: for 64bit IE8 on 64bit Windows

    For Win 7 32bit you would use.

    ie8-rereg.zip: for IE7/8 on 32bit-Windows

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    Usage: unzip the download and run the cmd file in it with a doubleclick. On Vista/Windows 7 you have to do this with administrator privileges (right-click on the cmd file and choose "run as administrator"). The command window will stay open after excecution, so you can check for errors. Do not run in "safe mode". This script cannot fix all problems ;-)
    After you run the script, you should reset IE9 by doing the following.

    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/w...net-Explorer-9

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