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  1. #14
    I'm getting tired of my IE crashing... it only happens when I'm browsing H-Talk.

    If they want me to leave... all they have to do is ask!

  2. #15
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    Chicago, N/W burbs
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    I use Firefox and it's great. Upgrade, it's free. http://www.mozilla.com

    We had a nice '99 Explorer Sport until the wife crashed it.
    R2B4BTU

  3. #16
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    No problems here, runs smooth and has been fast ever since the change over but.....


    I am running IE 7.0 beta

    You can get it soon enough when Vista comes out.

    It is a combination of IE and Firefox



  4. #17
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    Originally posted by icemeister
    You have to update your Flash Player:

    Adobe Flash Player Download
    I had to upgrade flash on one computer, IE was crashing.

  5. #18
    Originally posted by Carnak
    Originally posted by icemeister
    You have to update your Flash Player:

    Adobe Flash Player Download
    I had to upgrade flash on one computer, IE was crashing.
    I tried the above link, but it wouldn't install?

    Anyone know why?

  6. #19
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    IE is junk! It is like using dial up.

  7. #20
    Originally posted by Jultzya
    Originally posted by Carnak
    Originally posted by icemeister
    You have to update your Flash Player:

    Adobe Flash Player Download
    I had to upgrade flash on one computer, IE was crashing.
    I tried the above link, but it wouldn't install?

    Anyone know why?
    I can think of a few simple reasons.

    First, you may already have the latest version of Flash Player. Check out this link--it will tell you which version you currently have installed.
    http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/

    Second, perhaps your system doesn't support the latest version. You can compare here: http://www.adobe.com/products/flashp...fo/systemreqs/

    Third, is it that it won't install? or won't download? I had trouble downloading at first when I tried yesterday. I reloaded that page, and then the download worked fine.

  8. #21
    Originally posted by James 3528
    IE is junk! It is like using dial up.
    Well, before the ads started to show back up when Penton took over, I could have 15-20 windows open at a time (most of then for H-Talk).

    Now I'm lucky to have 2-4 windows open for 5 mins before IE crashes.

    So something has changed...

  9. #22
    Join Date
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    Location
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    Saying IE is junk is like brand bashing. The problem with
    IE crashing, is that the advertising on this site is trying
    to do something with-in your browser that IE don't like.

    I visit many web-sites and experience no problems. I can get
    here every once in a while. Don't stay long. It is just
    another way of Penton Media saying "up-date your computers
    or go home. If you don't want to mess with an up-date, then
    we don't want you." To that I have said O.K. there are
    other HVAC Talk forums out there now, so.........

  10. #23
    Originally posted by yocona
    Originally posted by Jultzya
    I tried the above link, but it wouldn't install?

    Anyone know why?
    I can think of a few simple reasons.

    First, you may already have the latest version of Flash Player. Check out this link--it will tell you which version you currently have installed.
    http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/

    Second, perhaps your system doesn't support the latest version. You can compare here: http://www.adobe.com/products/flashp...fo/systemreqs/

    Third, is it that it won't install? or won't download? I had trouble downloading at first when I tried yesterday. I reloaded that page, and then the download worked fine.
    First link says "7,0,19,0"

    Second link requirements are ok.

    I go to the download link, unclick the Yahoo toolbar, then click "download", but it never downloads. It takes me to a screen that says "When you see the installation completion movie above and text below, your installation was successful. The installation should only take a minute or two on a 56k modem."

    I tried the link like 10 times... with the same results.

    Thanks yocona.

  11. #24
    Hey gone, why should we have to update?

    What version of vBulletin are they using?

  12. #25
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    Originally posted by Jultzya

    I tried the above link, but it wouldn't install?

    Anyone know why?
    Try this one:

    http://www.adobe.com/support/flashpl...loads.html#fp8

    Click on "Get the Latest Version"

  13. #26
    Originally posted by Jultzya

    First link says "7,0,19,0"

    Second link requirements are ok.

    I go to the download link, unclick the Yahoo toolbar, then click "download", but it never downloads. It takes me to a screen that says "When you see the installation completion movie above and text below, your installation was successful. The installation should only take a minute or two on a 56k modem."

    I tried the link like 10 times... with the same results.

    Thanks yocona. [/B]
    7,0,19,0 means you definitely do not have the current version, which is 9,whatever.

    What do you mean by "unclick the Yahoo toolbar"? Also, maybe you have some sort of firewall preventing the download. Or an anti-virus program that isn't allowing it? Are you aware if either of these might be the case?

    At any rate, here is the Flash info page if you are having trouble with the install: http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/knowled...fm?id=tn_19166


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