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Hi Magic,


IMHO, as long as we are using XP, it will stay as a very great tool.


HERE is many tips for Dial-a-fix.


Yes, it doesn't support IE8, Vista and Win7, but please find below the quote of DJLizard the author.


Internet Explorer 8 is not supported by Dial-a-fix at this time. If you have IE 8 installed and run Dial-a-fix, you may receive many "Error 127" messages because Internet Explorer 8 replaces a lot of registerable components with non-registerable ones. This is OK – simply ignore all of the errors. Dial-a-fix is still able to do its thing on other files, and the no damage has been done to your system during these error messages.

A future version of Dial-a-fix will support Internet Explorer 8 by ignoring those unregisterable components.


In the mean time you can use Fix IE Utility v 1.0 for IE8 tested on Vista and Windows7 to re-registers all the concerned dll & ocx files required for the smooth operation of Internet Explorer.


Here is what DJLizard is working on believed to support Vista and Windows7. (I believe it took quite a long time for him to be convinced to work on it again.)










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I was once a contacted by Michael Cooke/DJLizard to try and sell Dial-a-Fix. I've sent loads of mails to several companies that likely would be interested. Nobody reacted favorably. After that he decided to update Dial-a-Fix to version 1.00 but that project never really materialized.


I fear that Dial-a-Fix will gently fade into obliviance.

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No it will not, please don't try it in Vista and Windows 7. (Even not in compatibility mode.)

It is a very powerful tool and only should be used in XP by experienced, reading every comment on the GUI.

HERE is the post and the following posts with a bit of history of Dial-a-fix in the IObit forum.



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