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I.E. 9 32 bit

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Running Windows 7 64 bit
I had I.E. 9 64 bit and 32 bit
I updated to I.E. 10 and had issues
I uninstalled I.E. 10 and now I have I.E. 9 64 bit only

I still need I.E. 9 32 bit.

How do I get it back?
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by:Brian Pringle
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The shortcut on the Taskbar is wrong.  I have had that on every computer so far where I uninstalled IE10.  

Remove (unpin) the shortcut on the Taskbar.

Go to Start | All Programs and look for the two different versions of IE.  Right-click the one that does NOT say "64-bit" and pin it to the taskbar.  

Launch IE from the taskbar and then look at "About" and it should not say 64-bit.
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The one in "Program Files (x86)" is 32 bit.  Use that one (shortcut or pin).
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This worked thanks
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btpringle.
I only have 64 bit in all programs, using the one in Programs (x86) worked
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