Joined: 29 Nov 2007
|Posted: Thu Jul 30, 2009 10:39 am Post subject:
|From what I can see, you are not alone. The following advice appears to have worked for some.
|This site wrote: |
Go to default programs, either from the start menu or in Control
Panel>Set your default programs>wait for the list of programs to
populate>select Windows Mail and ensure that it is set as default.
Select Internet Explorer and do the same.
Also while in the Default Programs, click on "Set program
access and computer defaults." Select Custom, and
then select Internet Explorer. Then Windows Mail & Click OK.
If you still have the problem, delete
"%LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5"
and the problem should be cured.