> Thanks much. I haven't had a chance to try this yet but I will this
> Are there any tricks to reinstalling ie from the Vista DVD? I was not
> that I could selectively reinstall ie. In fact, other bulliten board
> postings have indicated that ie is an intregral part of Vista and cannot
> uninstalled so I assumed it could not be reinstalled. Have you
> ie from the Vista DVD yourself? Anything to be aware of?
> "joseph2k" wrote:
>> Kevin wrote:
>> > I installed Vista Ultimate over XP Pro. Now Vista User Access Control
>> > prompts me for permission whenever I (or any application) tries to
>> > launch internet explorer 7.0, which had been previously installed as an
>> > update in XP Pro.
>> > Is this a normal condition with Vista? Is there a problem with the UAC
>> > settings? I suspect some an installation issue because Vista does not
>> > recognize ie7.0 as an identified publisher. This is a real headache
>> > beacuse many progams that try to launch ie for activation or updates
>> > can't complete
>> > their connection to the internet. I can manually launch ie by right
>> > clicking it and running as an administrator so there is no issue with
>> > ie itself, just
>> > the way Vista treats it. But of all programs why would Vista prompt
>> > approval
>> > of ie? There is some installation problem here? Any suggestions?
>> reinstall ie 7, preferably from the Vista DVD. It did not update the XP
>> version but the UUID is not correct for the Vista version.
>> Gegen dummheit kampfen die Gotter Selbst, vergebens.
I haven't tried it yet. My vista install is full-clean (blank disk). Also
ie7 is available as a separate download for XP. Integrated, yes;
completely non-removable, not up to XP, it is removable there. It may not
be separately re-installable, you may have to update/upgrade re-install. I
guess i will have to try IE7 some more, i put firefox on my vista and never
Gegen dummheit kampfen die Gotter Selbst, vergebens.Â*Â*