again that leaves no room for a good install, if they said anything they would of said "that IE7 can cause problems with XP SP2"MCSA said:I'm not trying to start an argument...
I was however, pointing out that Microsoft put out a statement to the effect that IE7 will cause problems with XP SP2 and the fact that I have witnessed said problems.
Please provide a link to Microsoft's confirmation of such problem. I'm only curious because I have been using IE7 on several XP machines (all SP2) for a while and I haven't had any problems. I'm not saying you're wrong, I would just like to know what it is about.MCSA said:It should install itself once you've downloaded it. However, I would caution against installing IE7 on XP. It has a known issue (MS has acknowledged it) with XP SP2 that corrupts parts of Windows itself. It may - or may not - happen to you, but recovering from it is a PITA. Caveat Emptor with IE7 on XP.
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