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how to start ie8 32-bit in win 7 64-bit
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The default IE8 in Windows 7 x64 should be 32 bit.  To start the x64 version of IE you have select that particular version from the programs version.
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32 Bit = Start : All Programs : Internet Explorer
64 Bit = Start : All Programs : Internet Explorer (64-bit)
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