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Problems with (not deactivated) add-ons?

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Softie, Feb 8, 2010.

  1. Softie

    Softie Flightless Bird

    Hi there!

    Vista 32-bit SP2, all current updates, IE8 (resetted completely), Windows
    Mail, AV deinstalled

    I've problems to display *.mhtml files in IE, and with the same reason
    Windows Mail isn't able to display mail content.
    (Message "trouble with displaying of mhtml content" in Group Windows Vista /
    Windoes Mail.)


    If I start IE8 without add-ons by right click I'M ABLE (!) to display the
    problematic *.mhtml files.

    If I start IE normally (even with all add-ons deactivated) the page cannot
    be displayed message appers after timeout.


    (It happens only at one user profile at the PC; a virus scan didn't show any
    results, the mshtml.dll seems to be ok.)

    A newly as *.mht saved web page is displayable. If I copy the *.mht to
    *-Copy.mht, this 1:1 copied file isn't displayable. Strange!


    Are there invisible add-ons?
    What do "starting without add-ons" of IE disable additionally (which could
    cause the mhtml display problem)?


    Thanks
     
  2. rob^_^

    rob^_^ Flightless Bird

    Tools>Manage Addons

    Select the Show option - All add-ons

    Ensure all msxml{n}.dll versions are enabled. They all have the same CLSID,
    so disabling one will disable all and over-ride the the controls' version
    vectoring.

    Regards.

    "Softie" <Softie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:41227871-972F-424D-A0EB-865C644A4B87@microsoft.com...
    > Hi there!
    >
    > Vista 32-bit SP2, all current updates, IE8 (resetted completely), Windows
    > Mail, AV deinstalled
    >
    > I've problems to display *.mhtml files in IE, and with the same reason
    > Windows Mail isn't able to display mail content.
    > (Message "trouble with displaying of mhtml content" in Group Windows Vista
    > /
    > Windoes Mail.)
    >
    >
    > If I start IE8 without add-ons by right click I'M ABLE (!) to display the
    > problematic *.mhtml files.
    >
    > If I start IE normally (even with all add-ons deactivated) the page cannot
    > be displayed message appers after timeout.
    >
    >
    > (It happens only at one user profile at the PC; a virus scan didn't show
    > any
    > results, the mshtml.dll seems to be ok.)
    >
    > A newly as *.mht saved web page is displayable. If I copy the *.mht to
    > *-Copy.mht, this 1:1 copied file isn't displayable. Strange!
    >
    >
    > Are there invisible add-ons?
    > What do "starting without add-ons" of IE disable additionally (which could
    > cause the mhtml display problem)?
    >
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    >
     
  3. PA Bear [MS MVP]

    PA Bear [MS MVP] Flightless Bird

    Please explain what "AV deinstalled" means?

    Softie wrote:
    > Hi there!
    >
    > Vista 32-bit SP2, all current updates, IE8 (resetted completely), Windows
    > Mail, AV deinstalled
    >
    > I've problems to display *.mhtml files in IE, and with the same reason
    > Windows Mail isn't able to display mail content.
    > (Message "trouble with displaying of mhtml content" in Group Windows Vista
    > /
    > Windoes Mail.)
    >
    >
    > If I start IE8 without add-ons by right click I'M ABLE (!) to display the
    > problematic *.mhtml files.
    >
    > If I start IE normally (even with all add-ons deactivated) the page cannot
    > be displayed message appers after timeout.
    >
    >
    > (It happens only at one user profile at the PC; a virus scan didn't show
    > any
    > results, the mshtml.dll seems to be ok.)
    >
    > A newly as *.mht saved web page is displayable. If I copy the *.mht to
    > *-Copy.mht, this 1:1 copied file isn't displayable. Strange!
    >
    >
    > Are there invisible add-ons?
    > What do "starting without add-ons" of IE disable additionally (which could
    > cause the mhtml display problem)?
    >
    >
    > Thanks
     
  4. Softie

    Softie Flightless Bird

    > Please explain what "AV deinstalled" means?

    Uups, sorry: "anti virus" deinstalled (after scanning) (because of avoiding
    side effects by such deep interfering tools)
     
  5. Softie

    Softie Flightless Bird

    > Tools>Manage Addons
    >
    > Select the Show option - All add-ons
    >
    > Ensure all msxml{n}.dll versions are enabled. They all have the same CLSID,
    > so disabling one will disable all and over-ride the the controls' version
    > vectoring.


    Hi Rob!

    Thanks for the hint.

    Unfortunately the problems apper if add-ons are *activated*.

    Only if I start IE8 with all add-ons off (via right mouse click) the *.mhtml
    display is ok.

    Even if I deactivate all add-ons (in all Show options) the displaying is
    disturbed. (So I supposed I'm not able to really deactivate all add-ons with
    doing it by "Manage add-ons" piece by piece [my failed attempt to find the
    disturbing add-on].)
     
  6. PA Bear [MS MVP]

    PA Bear [MS MVP] Flightless Bird

    [Why is everyone suddenly snipping so much in their replies?]

    Softie wrote:
    >> Please explain what "AV deinstalled" means?

    >
    > Uups, sorry: "anti virus" deinstalled (after scanning) (because of
    > avoiding
    > side effects by such deep interfering tools)
     
  7. Softie

    Softie Flightless Bird

    Problem "solved" by work-around: deletion of Windows user profile and
    creation of a new one. :-(


    "Softie" wrote:

    > Hi there!
    >
    > Vista 32-bit SP2, all current updates, IE8 (resetted completely), Windows
    > Mail, AV deinstalled
    >
    > I've problems to display *.mhtml files in IE, and with the same reason
    > Windows Mail isn't able to display mail content.
    > (Message "trouble with displaying of mhtml content" in Group Windows Vista /
    > Windoes Mail.)
    >
    >
    > If I start IE8 without add-ons by right click I'M ABLE (!) to display the
    > problematic *.mhtml files.
    >
    > If I start IE normally (even with all add-ons deactivated) the page cannot
    > be displayed message appers after timeout.
    >
    >
    > (It happens only at one user profile at the PC; a virus scan didn't show any
    > results, the mshtml.dll seems to be ok.)
    >
    > A newly as *.mht saved web page is displayable. If I copy the *.mht to
    > *-Copy.mht, this 1:1 copied file isn't displayable. Strange!
    >
    >
    > Are there invisible add-ons?
    > What do "starting without add-ons" of IE disable additionally (which could
    > cause the mhtml display problem)?
    >
    >
    > Thanks
    >
     

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