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IE9 on MB Air 11" running Win7


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Just wondering if anyone else has run in to this issue; I installed the IE9 Beta to give it a try today and found that there was only 1 compatibility issue. No matter the setting or installed drivers from the windows bootcamp, I could not get the computer to display with the proper resolution.

I do not know where IE comes into resolution properties, but apparently it does.

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I don't know how the IE9 beta could possibly lock in your resolution unless it somehow interferes with your video driver. Remove IE9 and revert back to IE8. See the following LINK.
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