IE7 Beta 3 Problems/Suggestions  
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Chas2002





PostPosted: Windows Desktop Search Development, IE7 Beta 3 Problems/Suggestions Top

I installed IE7 Beta 3 and had a number of issues right off the bat.

1. Processor pegs at 100%.

2. Webpage (all IE instances) started opening for websites that I've never visited.

3. Webpages I do visit take on average 5 to 7 seconds to connect.

4. MSDN uses Popups a lot. This makes not since as IE7 is tabbed. Why would I want (4) instanances of MSN open, when I have tabs

5. Finally, isn't there a way to stop this "You must restart your computer" stuff I had to restart my laptop to install, then I restarted because the processor pegged at 100%, then I had to restart when I removed IE7..

That's my input...

Chas



Windows Search Technologies4  
 
 
Jeff_Butler





PostPosted: Windows Desktop Search Development, IE7 Beta 3 Problems/Suggestions Top

If you try to print a highlighted message with out opening it from Outlook you get this error.

A Runtime Error has occurred. Do you wish to Debug

Line: 251

Error: Permission denied

This is the line of code it hangs on.

if(dialogArguments.__IE_BrowseDocument && dialogArguments.__IE_BrowseDocument.body) {

g_fRTL = (dialogArguments.__IE_BrowseDocument.body.currentStyle.direction.toLowerCase() == "rtl");

}

I am a administrator on the box.

This has been duplicated on 3 different computers.


 
 
Jeremy Evans





PostPosted: Windows Desktop Search Development, IE7 Beta 3 Problems/Suggestions Top

Same error with users in Outlook. Any advice
 
 
Crumbles





PostPosted: Windows Desktop Search Development, IE7 Beta 3 Problems/Suggestions Top

ANYONE SOLVED THIS.

I AM HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM!


 
 
Paul Nystrom - MSFT





PostPosted: Windows Desktop Search Development, IE7 Beta 3 Problems/Suggestions Top

Hello all,

This forum is specifically for Windows Desktop Search questions. It sounds like the problems you are having are related to the IE7 beta.

You will probably see much better responses if you post your questions in the IE newsgroup located here:

http://www.microsoft.com/communities/newsgroups/list/en-us/default.aspx dg=microsoft.public.internetexplorer.general&cat=en_us_28cca3eb-7037-4d4f-bde1-d8efee1f1420&lang=en&cr=us

Paul Nystrom - MSFT