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[RELEASE] Microsoft Internet Explorer 7


johndoe74
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Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 (Final/Release version)

for Windows XP SP2 (32-bit)

File size :: 14.4 MB (15,181,378 bytes)

MD5 :: 90282486E8C2AB9620B13AE818AEBD7C

website :: Microsoft Internet Explorer 7

Main :: Filefront

for Windows Server 2003 SP1 (32-bit)

File size :: 14.45 MB (15,152,122 bytes)

MD5 :: 5E76116CBE4CEB9A5FC5E7100382F496

website :: Microsoft Internet Explorer 7

Main :: Filefront

and for those that had problems with WGA when trying to install IE7, give this version a shot

for Windows XP SP2 (32-bit)

File size :: 14.48 MB (15,179,242 bytes)

MD5 :: 5C154E46155A26E598F4B9B59069CD54

website :: Microsoft Internet Explorer 7

Main :: Filefront

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there's actually nothing wrong with the current release version of NLite either ;)

tho I'll try over the weekend and see if it's possible to remove IE6 entirely from XP and integrate this instead and see if anything breaks

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Never tried the application add-ons for nLite. This is my first. So I included the IE 7 add-on using nLite 1.2RC during the hotfix integration stage as explain in the forum. I tested it in VMware, nothing. Still IE 6. I checked the SVCPACK folder, it is there... don't know what's going on.

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Does not install. :|

arrr ...arrr arrr

mmm

its works for me ... and heres a nice screenshot to show its up

ie7sh9.th.jpg

and yes i didt enable the network support in this instll

using Nlite Ver 1.2 RC

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Never tried the application add-ons for nLite. This is my first. So I included the IE 7 add-on using nLite 1.2RC during the hotfix integration stage as explain in the forum. I tested it in VMware, nothing. Still IE 6. I checked the SVCPACK folder, it is there... don't know what's going on.

did u try rebooting/restarting the VM before opening up IE ? it makes some changes to the system/replaces some files at the next startup before it can be used

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