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Solved: Vista 64x - IE7 wont download from HTTP

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by paulb100, Apr 14, 2008.

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  1. paulb100

    paulb100 Thread Starter

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    ive just fresh installed the 64bit version of Vista dual-boot with 32x
    im trying to download in IE7 but it wont work it says it cant connect to any of the sites..
    these are sites I know work like firefox , download.com and majorgeeks

    the only download that has worked was from ACER's ftp site

    whats causing this? ive not been installed 5 minutes and already having problems with IE7 downloading and 5-in-1 Card Reader driver not installing....


    THANKS
     
  2. RevisionZero

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    Umm thats a interesting one.

    Can you load webpages? Cause it just sounds like you cant get a successful download.

    Also I beleive Windows Vista comes with IE7... so not sure what your doing there, not trying to be rude =).

    Hope to hear from you soon.
     
  3. paulb100

    paulb100 Thread Starter

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    yes i was trying to download IN IE7 - I ended up with more problems - turns out the partition structure was damaged so ive formatted the partition and will re-install later - something went wrong when i created the partition for vista64x
     
  4. RevisionZero

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    Oh got ya, glad you got it working. Apologies for my mis-interpretation. Good Luck with Vista x64.
     
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