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IE9 and Microsoft .NET Mainframe Question

Posted by walnutcreek (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 13, 11 at 16:23

Yesterday I downloaded IE9 and Microsoft .NET Mainframe 4 (I think that was the name of it). They caused my computer to be unbelievably slow, so I deleted both of them. Now when I start IE8, what loads is instead my home page.

Do any of you have any idea how I can fix this? I want my home page to load not FixIt.

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RE: IE9 and Microsoft .NET Mainframe Question

Meant to say that I am running Vista Ultimate 32 bit.

RE: IE9 and Microsoft .NET Mainframe Question

Go to the web page you like for your home page.. then open your internet options... towards the top you will see the address of the page you are on. Press the button under it that says ' Use Current '

RE: IE9 and Microsoft .NET Mainframe Question

When I click on internet options, it shows my homepage; however, that is not the page that loads.

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