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  User Icon fsher

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2/6/2007 2:04:24 PM



I have windws 2004 along with SP2 at my computer.
I have a problem, which is @sstart/ accessories/entertainment-
In entertainment I only see real player no options for sound record no volume control.
Another thing<
My MSN detect my microphone and speakers as well, but when I make Internet call for example through voip then other party cannot listen me though I can listen them.
Could you help me please to solve this problem?
Regards,
Falak
  User Icon LDThornton

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3/26/2007 3:20:02 AM


    QUOTE:

    Originally Posted by ejch85:
    I found out the solution to your problem.

    It can be fixed easily by deleting some registry.


    Following the direction.

    1.Start - Run - regedit

    2.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\explorer\BrowserHelper Objects

    3.If you get there, you will see few keys(look like folders) that are in numbers and alphabets.
    Delete all of them.


    I'm pretty sure that will solve your problem.Emoticon







I tried this and it killed my Cleanmypc popup blocker so I removed them all but the one that killed my popup blocker and computer hasn't froze up yet and seems to browse faster too. Good post! You might not want to delete all of them though until you figure out the results like I did.
  User Icon EnzoHarris

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3/26/2007 4:33:45 PM


Thank you so much!!!! I've spent not just hours, but days trying to figure out why IE7 has been misbehaving. You've saved my sanity!!!

    QUOTE:

    Originally Posted by ejch85:
    I found out the solution to your problem.

    It can be fixed easily by deleting some registry.


    Following the direction.

    1.Start - Run - regedit

    2.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\explorer\BrowserHelper Objects

    3.If you get there, you will see few keys(look like folders) that are in numbers and alphabets.
    Delete all of them.


    I'm pretty sure that will solve your problem.:D





  User Icon vivilai91us

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5/10/2007 9:06:33 PM


    QUOTE:

    Originally Posted by ejch85:
    I found out the solution to your problem.

    It can be fixed easily by deleting some registry.


    Following the direction.

    1.Start - Run - regedit

    2.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\explorer\BrowserHelper Objects

    3.If you get there, you will see few keys(look like folders) that are in numbers and alphabets.
    Delete all of them.


    I'm pretty sure that will solve your problem.Emoticon


    ejch85, YOU SOUND LIKE AN EXPERT!!!YOUR SOLUTION REALLY HELPS A LOT OF US
    BUT HOWEVER, AFTER I DELETED THE FILES, MY COMPUTER DOESN'T WORK RIGHT ANYMORE.
    WHENEVER I OPEN MY DOCUMENT OR SEARCH SOMETHING ON THE START MENU, THE MESSAGE "NO CL@ss REGISTER" APPEARS.
    I THINK I MIGHT DELETED SOMETHING IMPORTANT OR SOMETHING
    DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA HOW TO RECOVER IT?
    OR IT IS GONE PERMANENTLY?
    ANYWAY, THANKS
  User Icon rob141

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6/21/2007 9:53:30 AM


i still need help my computer after doing all this will return to not responding just on one site so far is all that acts up,it is a chat site but all my other chat sites work great,i dont have more than one open at a time mostly,but after i do all things above it will work for a few hours and then it will go back to not responding and i half to do all the above again to get it to work,please help if any ideas,i half to go walk picket line.......on strike against this damn computer,thx for any help you can give
  User Icon kramit7

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11/19/2007 9:12:31 AM


Hey everyone,

I've had the Internet Explorer Error for only about a month. It gets worse everyday.

I found the solution at: http://www.selfemployedweb.com/internet-explorer-not-responding.htm posted by
Andy Jones.

Basically all it requires is to switch to Firefox and the problems go away. No fixes needed
and that works for me! Maybe if more people stopped using IE microsoft will fix the problem.
  User Icon frano

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11/19/2007 6:01:30 PM


I have the problem of the internet not repsonding and then closing ONLY on comcast.net when I try to login for my email. I have been having this problem for awhile - then switched to foxfire and everything was fine...and NOW it is happeneing on foxfire. The computer is used for NOTHING else but a small amount of websurfing and 98% just to get comcast email. That's it! Any ideas??

Fran


    QUOTE:

    Originally Posted by kramit7:
    Hey everyone,

    I've had the Internet Explorer Error for only about a month. It gets worse everyday.

    I found the solution at: http://www.selfemployedweb.com/internet-explorer-not-responding.htm posted by
    Andy Jones.

    Basically all it requires is to switch to Firefox and the problems go away. No fixes needed
    and that works for me! Maybe if more people stopped using IE microsoft will fix the problem.


  User Icon johnsmale

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1/14/2008 9:05:51 PM


    QUOTE:

    Originally Posted by frano:
    I have the problem of the internet not repsonding and then closing ONLY on comcast.net when I try to login for my email. I have been having this problem for awhile - then switched to foxfire and everything was fine...and NOW it is happeneing on foxfire. The computer is used for NOTHING else but a small amount of websurfing and 98% just to get comcast email. That's it! Any ideas??

    Fran


      QUOTE:

      Originally Posted by kramit7:
      Hey everyone,

      I've had the Internet Explorer Error for only about a month. It gets worse everyday.

      I found the solution at: http://www.selfemployedweb.com/internet-explorer-not-responding.htm posted by
      Andy Jones.

      Basically all it requires is to switch to Firefox and the problems go away. No fixes needed
      and that works for me! Maybe if more people stopped using IE microsoft will fix the problem.



    I also had this problem and first put the cause down to an I/E update but after a a month (and installing Firefox to over come the problem) thought that surely there was an answer 'cos Firefox still opened I/E pages. Try 'TOOLS'--'INT OPTIONS'--'ADVANCED'--'RESET' I lost some add-ons and toolbar but has cured the problem.
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    Johnsmale
  User Icon hern_chen

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2/28/2008 11:12:50 PM


My search to cure the IE7 not responding problem (on Vista64) lead me to this page. Further search lead me to this page (don't click yet)
http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/8038f9ac-9bf9-4809-8d75-fc42818d8af71033.mspx

The title of this page is "Windows Vista Help: Repair Internet Explorer" and it is one of the more complete guide on how to resolve browser add-on problems (w/o using regedit). Ironically, this page consistently caused IE7 to "not responding" problem on my system until I found out that the BitComet add-ons were the source of the problem. The text vresion of the guide is included here (if you cannot open the guide)

Repair Internet Explorer
Applies to all editions of Windows Vista.
Which edition of Windows Vista am I using?

If you can open Internet Explorer but cannot get to sites on the Internet, or you find that web browsing is very slow, you should first make sure that you have a good connection to the Internet. If your Internet connection is good but Internet Explorer is still having problems, try the following:

Disable all add-ons
While browser add-ons can enhance your online experience, they can occasionally interfere or conflict with other software on your computer. Try starting Internet Explorer without add-ons to see if the problem goes away. Here's how:

• Right-click the Internet Explorer icon on the desktop, and then click Start Without Add-ons.

If you do not have an Internet Explorer icon on the desktop, click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, click System Tools, and then click Internet Explorer (No Add-ons).



If disabling all add-ons solves the problem, you might want to use Add-on Manager to disable all add-ons and then turn on add-ons only as you need them. This will allow you to figure out which add-on is causing the problem.

To open Add-on Manager
1. Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Internet Explorer.

2. Click the Tools button.

3. Click Manage Add-ons, and then click Enable or Disable Add-ons.


Reset Internet Explorer settings
If disabling add-ons doesn't solve the problem, try resetting Internet Explorer back to its default settings. This removes all changes that have been made to Internet Explorer since it was installed, but it does not delete your favorites or feeds.

1. Close all Internet Explorer or Windows Explorer windows.

2. Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Internet Explorer.

3. Click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.

4. Click the Advanced tab, and then click Reset.

5. Click Reset.

6. When you are done, click Close, and then click OK.

7. Close Internet Explorer and reopen it for the changes to take effect.


Run the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool
Malicious software and viruses can often cause Internet Explorer to slow down or stop working.

• If you are able to access the Internet, use the Malicious Software Removal Tool to check your computer for viruses and malicious software.


Update Internet Explorer
Running Windows Update can often correct problems by replacing out-of-date files and fixing vulnerabilities.

1. Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Internet Explorer.

2. Click the Tools button, and then click Windows Update.

3. Follow instructions on the Windows Update page.


Note If you cannot open Internet Explorer or if it opens briefly and then closes, the problem might be caused by low memory, or corrupted or missing system files. Restart your computer to clear the memory and then open Internet Explorer by itself.
  User Icon Neenie

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4/7/2008 1:28:24 PM


OMG - YOU ARE FANTASTIC! I have done as you instructed and it worked! I had forgotten what High Speed was like - Why I waited so long to find out about this problem I don't know, but I am so grateful for your solution.


    QUOTE:

    Originally Posted by EnzoHarris:
    Thank you so much!!!! I've spent not just hours, but days trying to figure out why IE7 has been misbehaving. You've saved my sanity!!!

      QUOTE:

      Originally Posted by ejch85:
      I found out the solution to your problem.

      It can be fixed easily by deleting some registry.


      Following the direction.

      1.Start - Run - regedit

      2.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\explorer\BrowserHelper Objects

      3.If you get there, you will see few keys(look like folders) that are in numbers and alphabets.
      Delete all of them.


      I'm pretty sure that will solve your problem.Emoticon









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Neenie
  User Icon PJ6007

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Newbie (1 Posts)

4/30/2008 3:56:37 PM


    QUOTE:

    Originally Posted by ejch85:
    I found out the solution to your problem.

    It can be fixed easily by deleting some registry.


    Following the direction.

    1.Start - Run - regedit

    2.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\explorer\BrowserHelper Objects

    3.If you get there, you will see few keys(look like folders) that are in numbers and alphabets.
    Delete all of them.


    I'm pretty sure that will solve your problem.Emoticon





Solved My Problems, Thank You Very Much. All The Best
  User Icon anya

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Newbie (1 Posts)

7/25/2008 1:18:50 PM


hi can u pls tell me if it's dangerous to delete those keys in the regestry?what are those keys and what the mean?

This post was last edited by anya on Friday, July 25, 2008 at 1:19:21 PM.
  Administrator Icon Jedi Master

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ANet Staff (1829 Posts)

7/25/2008 1:57:23 PM


YES - it's dangerous. Unless you know what you're doing when editing the Registry, it could completely goof up your system.

NOTE: Locking this thread due to it's length.
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