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IE is flipping out

Posted on 2014-04-29
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Good morning Experts,

Internet Explorer 9.0 is doing something very puzzling.  I've looked for answers on Google and other forums but have yet to find an answer.  My client enters an address and the cursor flips from being at the end of the string to the beginning of the string when she presses the enter key.  I've tried resetting IE, I've tried running IE with no addins, I've even downloaded and tried running the 64 bit browser but the problem persists.  I've gone through my bag of tricks and still haven't been able to resolve this.  Anyone have any ideas on how I can resolve this for my client?
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by:Tony Giangreco
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Upgrade to IE11 and apply all updates. There are security advisories out on all versions of IE. You can also try Google chrome,. Firefox or may other browsers out there.

IE is not the only browser in town and probably not the most secure accounting to all the reports of current bugs.
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You can apply the updated and security patches by running Windows Update.

Also update Adobe reader, Adobe Flash Player and Java.
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