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Win 7 x64 IE10 2 Problems
Old 2 March 2013, 18:23   #1
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Hi guys, I have 2 problems with IE10 on my Windows 7 64bit:
I know these are related to IE10 because a few days ago I ran with IE9 64bit and didn't have these problems.

1)
See the attached picture.
I have problems loading thumbnail pictures.
See the red circles I made? When I hover over the "episodes", it should change the menu item just below it to "seasons 1, 2, etc." It doesn't.
Also the thumbnail pictures at the bottom: "Alex, Nikita, etc.", it only shows Alex and Nikita, Michael and the rest are blanks.
This wiki is just an example, all other wikis I go to have these problems.
I can venture a guess and say it's some of the new higher security settings that IE10 defaulted to that are doing this, but I have no idea.

2)
I installed IE10 (the final version that was released a few days ago) x64 (I know it's x64 cause I downloaded it to be 42mb, not the smaller 20mb 32bit one.
I am running 64bit Windows 7.
I start IE10 (under the x64 version in Program Files (Not the x86 one) but in the Task Manager, only the main IE10 window is a 64bit process. The other IE10 tabs are all 32bit. I have read many forums and people say running in Admin and going to IE10 settings to check "Enhanced Protection Mode" and then restarting IE10 will make all the tabs go to 64bit, but it doesn't! I have tried restarting my computer but it doesn't work.

Any help for the above two problems are much appreciated!!!

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Old 3 March 2013, 02:24   #2
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Hi The new IE10 does have issues with some websites, it may be due to the coding of the original website which will need to be updated by the web designers.

My Advice is to download Lunarscape Orion which is a 3-1 Web Browser, do a FULL installation and then choose TRIDENT (which is the engine Internet Explorer uses)

I use Lunarscape Browser for websites that do not support Firefox or IE10...

Its a great browser because you can switch which engine to use: Gecko, Webkit or Trident... which are the 3 MAIN engines that all web browsers use.

Its FREE and can be found here at: http://www.lunascape.tv/

GOOD LUCK!!!
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Old 3 March 2013, 06:44   #3
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Hi guys, I've fixed the 1st problem by doing a System Restore to the point right before I installed IE10. I then subsequently installed the Platform update for Win 7 BEFORE I installed the IE10 and now it fixes the problem!

However, the 64bit problem still lingers. No matter what I do, I am not able to get IE10 to run its tabs in 64bit!
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Another option for misbehaving sites is to press F12 and change the Browser Mode and Document Mode.
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1. Try to clear your cache or use compatibility mode for that specific site.
2. This is a known issue with no workaround at this moment.
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Thanks for the replies guys.

Any idea on the 2nd problem I stated in the original post? That still lingers and although it is much less important than the 1st problem, it is still a problem nevertheless.
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