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magicJack and IE9 Beta will cause crash of..

one or more programs. Darrell

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And that's why ...

we never use a beta on a production system. Only on a spare one we specially setup to test that beta, so nothing goes wrong if there still are errors in it.

Microsoft loves those people that volunteer their time to do that. It's impossible for them to test all their new software with the millions of other programs around.

Anyway, this is a far better forum to post it than you did previously in the Spyware forum:
That was off-topic.


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(NT) My apologies for the other post in s, v & s, Kees_B; Darrell
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I found that IE9 Beta is not for WINXP SP3

Only Vista or WIN 7. Was trying to see if it still was a problem with magicJack, I cannot give a real response. Well, I did try to see if it was now working and my system will not allow it. Darrell PS - I havn't seen a warning from magicJack - but one from IE9 Beta.

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