IE11 Release Preview crased when F12 pressed - by Diogny

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ID 802423 Comments
Status Closed Workarounds
Type Bug Repros 0
Opened 9/26/2013 6:54:06 PM
Access Restriction Public


IE11 Release Preview crashed completly

1.- I was surfing the web in a website, below is the url, I downloaded the attached file ( testing some WebGL things
2.- I openend with winrar and doble clicked the html file
3.- In IE11 I gave rights to blocked content, and pressed F12 to see inside the DOM
4.- IE11 crashed complete. I tried to fix it, see settings, or other things, stop app, processes, open new tabs, etc
5.- After realizing that it didn't fix the issue, I uninstalled IE11, restarted PC
6.- Tested IE10, it worked fine, opened tabs, etc.
7.- I went to microsoft website to download a fresh IE11 release preview installer, and ran it, restarted PC again
8.- Issues remained the same
9.- Uninstalled IE11 waiting for a fix or final release
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Posted by Diogny on 10/18/2013 at 3:29 PM
Hi, anybody
I was using Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1, not Windows 8.1.

Google Gmail didn't work in IE10, only the basic html view, but after the crash, and when I unstalled IE11, now Gmail works ok, as if IE11 was installed, but using IE10.
Posted by Microsoft on 10/18/2013 at 6:29 AM
We are currently unable to reproduce this issue with the latest Internet Explorer 11 version running on Windows 8.1.

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