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TerFar IE9 64-bit fails
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Last edited on 16th Apr, 2011 12:02

When I attempt to run OSI on Win 7 Ultimate with IE9 64-bit, it gets as far as the Status currently processing, 'Java loaded successfully. Press Start to begin'. The three red arcs above STATUS start animating as usual, but the status remains displaying press start to begin.

On the same computer, Chrome works fine. A wild guess may be that the 64-bit Java is at fault, but has anyone any confirmation that this should be working?

I have cleared the Java cash as instructed elsewhere and it made no difference.

Regards: Terry

ddmarshall RE: IE9 64-bit fails
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The advice at the moment is not to use 64bit Internet Explorer 9 because Microsoft have not implement the JIT script compiler in 64bit Internet Explorer 9. This results in its performance being significantly worse than 32bit Internet Explorer.
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ieinternals/archive/2009/0...

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TerFar RE: IE9 64-bit fails
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Thanks for the information and link. How typical of Microsoft to force out something that is not ready and almost useless!

I'll stick to Chrome for now as I am more than comfortable with its performance.

Terry
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