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Internet Explorer 10 formatting and set-up


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#1 wayne33

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Posted 23 March 2013 - 05:43 AM

I just brought a new computer it has Windows 8 and came with IE 10 already installed. The problem I am having deals with being able to see video's and pictures on the home page as well as most of the web pages I load. I have done everything I could to solve this, I have been on Microsoft's Windows help site but the answers there are always the same on just about every problem you seek answers for. They say reset Internet Explorer setting, restart in safe mode, run Microsoft troubleshooting, nothing works. I have also went to Yahoo IE support and the same thing happens there same answers to a useless set of Tech sites. Can anyone help me. Thank you all in advance. My computer is  A HP Pavilion with 6GB and I would guess all the normal hardware and software downloads. 



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Posted 23 March 2013 - 07:16 AM

Have you tried compatibility view?



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Posted 24 March 2013 - 11:52 AM

In IE10 press F12 to bring up the Developer pane. Select Browser Mode and change it to IE 8. If the page still wont load correctly change Document standards to IE 8. To close the developer pane press the F12 button again.


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