Silverlight Windows7 IE9

Posted on 2011-04-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
This is my problem.  I am using Windows7 (no that is not the problem), to access a website.  This website is within the company I work for.  From my desktop, using IE9 I cannot get the right version of the current build to get loaded.  I can access a remote computer which also has Windows7 and IE9.  From the remote computer I can get the right version to show/load using IE9.  I have compared and set the same IE9 Internet browser settings on my desktop IE9.  Still I do not get the right version.  The only thing I have not done is to reboot.
So, my question is; what has to change or what else can I check on my desktop IE9 to make it work like the remote Windows7 IE9?
Question by:chima
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    by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
    you need an updated version of silverlight?

    Author Comment

    ve30fa, but it works on another Windows7 IE9.  And the Silverlight version is the same; Microsoft Silverlight
    Version: 4.0.60129.0
    (c) 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

    Might a re-installation of the browser work?

    Author Comment

    The attached file may shed light on what is "NOT" happening.  I need to know where this change needs to happen.  I am not familiar with Silverlight, what is happen is that IE9 is not listed as a compatible browser. Build-Version-load---Fiddler2-an.doc
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    Accepted Solution

    this is from a view source? or the web log?
    in your browser do you have compatibility mode turned on?

    Author Closing Comment

    The solution was to uncheck the Perserve Favorites Website Data at the Tools/Deleting Browser History.

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