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    Unhappy Can't reinstall IE, need it for school after "savage" uninstall on Win7 64BIT

    Hello all,

    After "savagely" uninstalling IE on my own (I didn't know there was an uninstall option...) I'm confronted with a very annoying problem.

    I'm currently studying to pass an exam and the website I need to access can only be viewed on IE.
    Yes, some people are still very stupid and require IE, but I paid for the courses I have to take over IE, so I need to reinstall it.

    Could someone please help me reinstall IE/ repair my register or whatever got broken when I uninstalled IE on my own by deleting random IE locations?

    I know I shouldn't have done it, it's been months since I uninstalled IE so I can't repair/ use a backup.

    I'm running Windows 7 64 bit, 3-year-old computer, horrible graphic card (can't remember the name) HP G5000 series. I don't play video games, I just do regular work (Word, internet, some video) so I'm fine with my specs.

    Also have 2*1 TO external HDs, 3 TO HD, 500 GB HD, saving up for another HD but right now I'm still a student.

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    I suggest a non destructive repair install: http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...r-install.html
    Rui
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    You could try downloading and installing Internet Explorer 11 (64-Bit).

    Joe

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    You could try disabling/re-enabling Internet Explorer in Programs and Features/Turn Windows features on or off, but as IE is part of Windows then opening a command prompt as an admin and entering sfc /scannow or chkdsk /f may reinstate it for you.
    Last edited by Sudo15; 2014-07-23 at 04:17.

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