I tried both methods Windows 7 RC7100 64 bit to associate HTM and HTML file types with JUST the 32 bit (x86) IEXPLORE.EXE. My be some fancy foot work behind the scenes on MS's part. At any rate DQSD still launched the 64 bit IEXPLORE even when Windows presented the IEXPLORE is not your default
All, One update to the steps outlined below (no the 64 bit IE problem is not solved). Turning the Quick Search toolbar Off by right clicking the TaskbarTools option WILL FAIL and cause an Explorer restart UNLESS the Taskbar is LOCKED. Dont ask me why, that is for the developers.
Hi James, On Tue, 26 May 2009 16:44:16 -0400, you [James Nix] wrote: }One update to the steps outlined below (no the 64 bit IE problem is }not solved). My installation of DQSD is not behaving the same as yours under Win 7 64bit. Normally my default browser is Firefox. I changed
Which version of Win 7 64 bit are you running? What is your UAC setting? The install steps I outlined for a clean install (8=)) aren't THAT convoluted. But they do emphasize a couple of steps required to overcome some Win 7 security checks. I looked at the email you referenced. That was not a
Hi James, On Tue, 26 May 2009 17:57:05 -0400, you [James Nix] wrote: }Which version of Win 7 64 bit are you running? }What is your UAC setting? This is the RC version. I believe that I have turned the UAC off. I am in Vista at the moment, but will check later and if different will let you
***News Flash*** Old worn out programmer/analyst/administrator hacks DQSD install kit for Windows 7 64 bit functionality. Not all features/functionality tested but the 64 bit IE problem is solved. *** News Flash*** Really guys, was anyone else really trying? It may not be graceful coding