Thanks for your interest!
The IE version activated by using the quick lanch bar or the start menu is
the 32-bit version. To start the 64 bits version I have to go into the
"Program Files" folder and start it from there. So I have been using the
32-bits version of IE. I have even tried with the 64-bits version, but with
What should I have in the appropriate folders regardin your remark: "Make
sure you have anything in the correct folder also"? To my knowledges I do not
use any folders.
Hpoe this information helps to make the problem clearer.
"John Barnes" wrote:
> Make sure you are running the correct version of IE7. There are 2 in
> Vista64, the IE86 and IE64. Most of the time add-ons don't work with the
> IE64. Use the IE86 and see if you have any problems. You can check which
> IE you are using by Help/about Internet Explorer and if it doesn't say
> 64-bit version on the first line you have the IE86. Make sure you have
> anything in the correct folder also. There are two program folders for
> Vista64 one for 32-bit and one for 64-bit.
> "Gunder" <Gunder@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > To gain access to my internet-bank I have to install a certificate. I have
> > followed the instructions from the bank and put it in the "Trusted Root
> > Certification Authorities". After the installation I can view the
> > certificate
> > in the store and the certification status is reported "Ok" by Vista. When
> > I
> > start IE 7 after installing the certificate and try to login to the
> > internet-bank, I get a dialog box asking to choose the certificate I want
> > to
> > use. The problem is that there are no certificates to choose from, the
> > list
> > is empty. I have tried several reinstallations and reboots but nothing
> > changes.
> > I have tried the same procedure on a pc running Vista-32. There it is no
> > problem to get access to the certificate after it is installed.
> > Any clue to what might be wrong on the 64-bit Vista installation?
> > Thanks in advance!