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(Not moaning about MBAM for once ) This must be an Invision board problem, because this isn't the only Invision forum I'm seeing this on, but I thought I'd ask here as this one has generally more computer-savvy readers! When I try viewing this forum (and other Invision ones) on my Windows 8.1 laptop, Internet Explorer 11, everything shows up just as HTML, i.e. Times New Roman(?) font, links in blue, any capital letters in place of avatars being blown up to a gigantic size, and is incredibly difficult to navigate, plus you can't post properly and have generally very limited functiona
Tried emailing support, but haven't heard back for five days, so thought I'd pick some brains here. No new installed programs or funny-acting activity on my fully updated Windows 10 computer, but I just started getting what I think to be a false positive exploit block every time I open Internet Explorer 11, regardless of my homepage (currently google.com, but I've tried many others). It's possible this has been a problem for longer, but I so rarely use IE that I didn't see it. I don't use any installed toolbars. I have no problems (or alerts) using Edge or Firefox (my go-to choice). Poste
On Windows 10, I updated to Malewarebytes 126.96.36.1999 and Internet Explorer 11 stopped working. Turn Malewarebytes off and IE works again. Made an exclusion for IE and it was OK for awhile but then the conflict returned. What? How do I fix this?
I am having a problem with Adobe Flash Player with Internet Explorer 11. The problem is that whenever I visit a website that has content that needs the flash player in order to work, Internet Explorer asks me if it is okay to run the content. When I click "Allow", the page refreshes and I am asked again. I do not understand why it behaves this way because I have all Adobe plugins for Internet Explorer activated. To see the problem that I am having in action, watch this video.