problems with ie9

Hi all

Have a pc with ie9 running win7 just cant seem to get ie9 to work. works fine with chrome

Tried uninstall and reinstal
tried restting ie9
tried mr fixit
tried virus scans
options under properites are greyed out

the customer want ie not google chrome

any help would be great

Thanks Davy
LVL 6
davy999Asked:
Who is Participating?
 
s0ni2Commented:
Hi,

I think the issue is  with the correct automatic configuration script address.

Click  on Tools menu,
Click on  Internet Options,
and then click the Connections tab.
   
Click Settings or LAN Settings.

 In the Automatic configuration dialog box, verify that the Use automatic configuration script check box is selected, and that the address is correct for your automatic configuration or automatic proxy URL.
0
 
kirankkhblCommented:
Try on other user profile like administrator or other
0
2018 Annual Membership Survey

Here at Experts Exchange, we strive to give members the best experience. Help us improve the site by taking this survey today! (Bonus: Be entered to win a great tech prize for participating!)

 
itguy565Commented:
Hi,

Is this computer part of a domain?
If so this could be done to a GPO (Group Policy Object)

If not then log onto the admin profile as kirankkhbl stated and see if the options are not grayed out then on your profile

right click the IE shortcut --> Advanced --> run as administrator

If they are still grayed out let us know.

http://superuser.com/questions/391071/how-can-i-set-ie-9-on-windows-7-pro-64-bit-to-always-run-as-administrator
0
 
davy999Author Commented:
Hi all

I can use ie9 with admin rights and everything is ok, but not as a user
0
 
jcimarronCommented:
davy999--What do you mean by "just cant seem to get ie9 to work" ?
Error messages?
0
 
davy999Author Commented:
Nothing happens when i click on any link but if i run as administrator so everything works
0
 
kirankkhblCommented:
Delete "Internet Explorer" Folder on below path

C:\Users\<User>\AppData\LocalLow\Microsoft
C:\Users\<User>\AppData\LocalLow\Microsoft
C:\Users\<User>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft
0
 
itguy565Commented:
Davy999, be careful if you do that because more items reside in that than just your IE data. Your Microsoft Outlook files also reside in that location.
0
 
itguy565Commented:
NM.. I didn't see that he specified the "Internet Explorer Folder"
0
All Courses

From novice to tech pro — start learning today.