Removing of Iexplorer 8

I have windows xp which is having service pack 3. Last time when i updated my windows the explorer also gets updated from 7 to version 8. but i have some bank websites which is works with only explorer 7 or earlier.  i tried to remove explorer 8 from add or remove and registry also but when i am going to instal 7 again the i gets message that already 8 is there..how can i downgrade 8 to 7.

Regards
Noufal
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Marek27Commented:
my advice is not to downgrade to IE7. Use the compatibility mode (icon is next to the aadress bar). IE8 is more secure (as secure as microsoft can get :) so it is not a good idea to downgrade. If you have a problem with some website, try other free browsers (firefox, google chrome, ...)
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we4uAuthor Commented:
This particuler bank site can work only with IE 7 or earlear..so i need to downgrade any how...anybody can help me plz ..??
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edbedbCommented:
If you can do a Windows XP repair install, it will revert IE to version 6 then you can update to IE7
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/helpandsupport/learnmore/tips/doug92.mspx
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we4uAuthor Commented:
Any other solution without repair install???
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edbedbCommented:
I don't know why it didn't revert back to IE7 when you uninstalled IE8 under Add or Remove. I also don't know why the web sites won't work with IE8.
I would try reinstalling IE8 and try those sites again. Most sites that say that IE7 is required usually mean that they won't work with IE6.
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we4uAuthor Commented:
Anybody can help...??
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Haitham_KhCommented:
Hi,

As Marek27 advise, it's not recommended to downgrade to IE7.
Have you tried the Compatibility View? Also you can download Google Chrome or Firefox.

Regards
Haitham
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johnb6767Commented:
start>run, and paste the following....

C:\windows\ie8\spuninst\spuninst.exe

What happens? Does the uninstaller start, or nothing happens?
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we4uAuthor Commented:
tnx
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