- 11 Jun 2006
Why would it not return the same error message? ( i assume by that you mean, "no results") considering you said to type in something I know it will not find.I haven't had a chance to run any other builds. I think I'm just going to wait till it goes RTM. Hopefully all the UI bugs will be fixed at least. In order to try to duplicate the problem I had:
* Do a search on your start menu for something you know won't work. Then click search elsewhere.
* You can then try to click the search on the right and you should get the same error message.
Check this out: http://www.windows-now.com/blogs/ch...0/09/Fix-Aero-Glass-on-Low-end-DX9-Cards.aspxSmall issue on my end.. With RC1 I could run aero.. Not in RC2.. Probably a memory thing... I'm only running 512 DDR single sided..
Why would it not return the same error message? ( i assume by that you mean, "no results") considering you said to type in something I know it will not find.
Maybe I'm misunderstanding your bug.
Oh, I havent gotten that error. Make sure its reported, I guess.Sorry, not no results - it says it cannot run the application associated with the file extension if I click 'Search Everywhere' or simply Search in the start menu.
I'll try that. But shouldn't they have it done properly from the active x control?I don't have any problems with Flash with IE7.
Uninstall the ActiveX control and then reinstall from the Adobe site.
You must have a pretty low system rating. Mine is 3.2 on a Core Duo laptop and it runs well. The only time I have poor performance is when dragging a window with multiple things going on (all special effects going)I ended up giving up on the sidebar since it just takes so long to load and has extremely poor performance.
Nope, after a couple of reboots, it fixed itself?