Download __FULL__ Ie8 For Windows 7 Home Basic 64 Bit
I followed this tutorial below. it would NOT accept the 64 Bit option so I completed it with 32 Bit. Yet it did not accept the Product Key this tech used. I don't know what was done? but when the IT Tech could not get the machine to accept the Product key he did some type of a Workaround and fiddled with the Registry. It failed and here I sit and I'm not sure what to do. I am very upset with this tech as he apparently has thrown me under the bus. Claiming he would provide a fresh install of Windows 7 Home Premium which is what should be on it. I've been ignored for over a week..Frankly I'm tired of trying to reason with this guy and he got paid for the hard drive and the OS. I asked specifically not to cash the check until all the bugs if found were worked out..this was before I knew the Product key was going to be such a nightmare. A few days later the check was cashed.So, I am leary about doing anything more... Tutorial:1. Do a clean install of Windows 7 SP1.Keep Windows Update turned off for now by selecting "Ask me later".Skip the activation process for now and don't enter a product key.If Service Pack 1(SP1) isn't part of the clean install of Windows 7, it needs to be installed first before proceeding to step #2. -us/download/details.aspx?id=5842windows6.1-KB976932-X86.exe (32-bit)windows6.1-KB976932-X64.exe (64-bit)2. Install the necessary drivers and make sure all primary devices are working okay.3. Establish an active internet connection, then activate Windows 7 SP1.4. Install April 2015 servicing pack update (KB3020369).(32-bit)(64-bit)5. Install May 2016 convenience rollup (KB3125574).(32-bit)(64-bit)6. Install July 2016 update rollup (KB3172605).(32-bit)(64-bit)7. Install Microsoft .NET Framework 18.104.22.168. Load Windows Update, then change the setting to "Check for updates but let me choose whether to download and install them", then put a checkmark in the Recommended Updates box, then click OK.The "checking for updates" process will start.Windows Update should work properly now and should detect the necessary updates within 5 - 10 minutes.9. When the list of important updates appear, uncheck and hide the Internet Explorer 8 updates, and make sure Internet Explorer 11 is selected.Most of the optional updates can be unchecked and hidden, but there is one important exception.If an optional update appears for the monitor, make sure to select it.Download and install the selected important/optional updates.10. If more important/optional updates are detected after the restart, uncheck and hide the unneeded ones and select the needed ones, then download and install them.11. Repeat step #10 until all the needed important/optional updates are installed.IMPORTANT! Before running each of the installers in step #1(if SP1 is needed) and in steps #4 - #7, stop the "Windows Update" service as follows:Go to Start and type services.msc in the search box, then click on "services.msc" in the popup.When the Services window appears, scroll down to the "Windows Update" service, then right-click it, then click Properties, then click Stop in "Service status".After it stops running, click OK.IMPORTANT! Most of these steps require you to restart your computer afterwards.If you're prompted to restart your computer, make sure to do it before going to the next step.
download ie8 for windows 7 home basic 64 bit