Advanced IE7-IE8 x64 Addon for EasyCopy - IE8 de-installable

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Ghost
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Advanced IE7-IE8 x64 Addon for EasyCopy - IE8 de-installable

Post by Ghost » Sun Aug 16, 2009 7:16 am

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Advanced IE7-IE8 x64 Addon
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http://ghosthome.nl/software/XPx64Addon/IE7-IE8-x64.cab

After creating my XPpro x64 Install DVD with all the updates and some
other Addons, such as IE8, I could not copy files anymore without giving
myself everytime permission. This is very annoying when you copy much.
There was no working patch and I could not go back to IE7 because IE8
was directly streamed over the native IE from the original InstallationCD.

The solution was either making a new install-DVD with IE7 and missing
the possible advantages of IE8*, or creating a new IE7-IE8 x64 Addon.
I choose the last, and the result was a simple combination of both IE's
in one file, installing right after another. I tested the combi-IE addon and
found that this was just what I wanted.

Now I could copy in Intranet without extra mouseclicks and it came out
that reverting back to IE7 is eventually possible, if you should want it.

Try it yourself,
Ghost.
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* P.S.
Yes, I know that if installing IE8 over IE7, later on HD, after completing
the Setup, i got the same result, but the joy is just having as much as
possible ready after installing with a prepaired Unattended Boot-DVD.

EasyCopy works in IE7-IE8 (not in IE8 sec) with this in Tweaks.reg:
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Zones\1]
"DisplayName"="Lokaal intranet"
"Description"="This Zone... (etc)."
"Icon"="shell32.dll#0018"
"CurrentLevel"=dword:00000000
"MinLevel"=dword:00010000
"RecommendedLevel"=dword:00010500
"Flags"=dword:000000db
"PMDisplayName"="Local intranet [Protected Mode]"
"LowIcon"="inetcpl.cpl#005423"
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Last edited by Ghost on Sun Aug 16, 2009 8:58 am, edited 7 times in total.

spawn
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Post by spawn » Wed Feb 01, 2012 12:00 pm

great idea. I too have to revert to ie7 .... the link is dead.Please post a new one.

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