OS: Windows 7 Home Pre, IE 8, all updates installedi had just updated my RSS feeds subscribed in IE8, when i try to view some feeds, the IE8 pops up a download dialogue box instead, claims "Do you want to save this file, or find a program online to open it?" it seems that IE8 can not figure out the MIME type suddenly :Dwhy?
Hey Micyng, Let’s try registering the components of Internet Explorer to see if this will correct the problem.Try using this script created by MVP Kai Schatzl.If you are using a 64-bit operating system, be sure to use both the 32on64 and 64on64 scripts.Repair IE8 It is strange that using a new user profile didn’t solve the issue, maybe this is being caused by a program that is conflicting with Internet Explorer.You can test this by:· ClickStart· Typemsconfig into the search field· PressEnter on your keyboard· ClickContinue on the User Account Control (If prompted)· ClickSelective startup· UncheckLoad startup items· Click theServices tab· Check theHide all Microsoft services box· ClickDisable all· ClickOK· ClickRestart NowOnce your computer has finished restarting, test to see if you still get the same problem in Internet Explorer.If not then you just have to identify which service/startup item was causing the problem.· ClickStart· Typemsconfig into the search field· PressEnter on your keyboard· ClickContinue on the User Account Control (If prompted)· Click theServices tab· Check theHide all Microsoft services box· Check (Enable) the top half of the service boxes· ClickOK· ClickRestart NowOnce your computer has restarted, again test to see if the problem is still gone.If so, then the services you enabled are good to stay.Repeat the enabling process for half of the remaining disabled services and continue this process until the problem returns or all services are enabled.If the problem returns then you will need to test the last batch of services you enabled one by one to find which was causing the problem to occur. If you enable all services and the problem still hasn’t returned:· ClickStart· Typemsconfig into the search field· PressEnter on your keyboard· ClickContinue on the User Account Control (If prompted)· Click theStartup tab· Check (Enable) the top half of the service boxes· ClickOK· ClickRestart NowFollow the same process as before, with testing after each restart.If the problem hasn’t returned, go back and enable half of the remaining list of startup items and continue the process until the problem has returned.Then you will need to test the last batch of startup items you enabled one by one to find which causes the problem to occur. Once you have identified which service/startup item causes the problem in Internet Explorer you will need to either disable/uninstall/update the program to avoid further problems. Look forward to hearing back from you.Steven Microsoft Answers Support Engineer Visit our Microsoft Answers Feedback Forum and let us know what you think
The registry is a huge database where most system errors like why my IE8 on Windows 7 won't display RSS feeds again? error come from. When a software was installed or uninstalled incorrectly, sometimes there will be some invalid registry entries of some program files like why my IE8 on Windows 7 won't display RSS feeds again? are left in the registry. That's why you need to regularly clean those damaged registry entries and keep the registry tidy so that such errors won't bother you.
Attention: The system registry stores all data that all software and hardware require to run. So it's not suggested that you clean the system registry by yourself. You should know that a tiny mistake may cause a crashing down or the corruption of the OS
The ultimate solution for error: why my IE8 on Windows 7 won't display RSS feeds again? is to reinstall Windows. This removes all unwanted program that is causing problems, removes adware and other malware, clears out junk files and so on.
A Windows disc is needed for old versions of Windows, but Windows 8 has a built in Refresh option that makes the job easy. Bring up the Charms bar on the right side of the screen and click Settings, Change PC settings. Click Update and recovery, then Recovery. Under Refresh your PC without affecting your files, click Get started.
Personal files - photos, music and documents - are kept, so it isn't a complete refresh, but it's may be enough for most people. A more powerful option is Remove everything and reinstall Windows. Copy files you want to keep to a USB disk before starting though.
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