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2003 Web Components crashes IE9

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I have a client that needs Office Web Components installed on a system running Office 2010 and Internet Explorer 9.
When they download and install Web Components 2003 from the Microsoft site after installation IE 9 crashes on launch.
System is running Win 7 Pro x64.
Anyone run into this before. Is there a known solution?

Thanks

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A little bit confused about the setup as described because I don't think web components 2003 can co-exist with office 2010 - see here: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=2540922 however if its office 64 bit the Bluetooth add-on is flaky and disabling often cures some apparently unrelated issues.
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Right on. Too many remnants of older version seems to be the issue.  A good cleanup appears to have solved the problem.
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