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Antony Peel. Software languages. Author Microsoft. Updated Over a year ago. Last revision More than a year ago. Safari 5. Internet Explorer I have an extremely fast connection — so the download took less than an hour, after which at least one of the. This was based on the combined install of 7,8, and 9. So what the hey — I ignored the errors — booted her up — she told me had IE6 — which I thought was kinda funny — and then nothing but a statement about it being expired.

Thanks ahead of time if you ever get around to it. IE6 was probably one of the worst coded browsers ever — it literally took teams of developers to contend with all of the flaws. OK so followed the instructions, downloaded the files, upgraded virtualbox…and everything works like a charm…thanks. I think I have to assume that something went wrong with my download, since the installation did not take place automatically. If I just do it again, I may have better luck. But without knowing why it went wrong I may be just futilely repeating hours of downloading over and over. Transfer closed….

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This is almost definitely the problem. Is there a way to download just part1. That could save me several hours. Then I re-ran the original terminal command and it recognized all the files and skipped the download and then…. This is probably a stupid question, but can someone help me start the IE machine for the first time? I do not have bootable media, which I thought was part of the download? THe instructions seemed very simple but there is no step involving the setup of a VM.

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By reading the instructions, I come to the conclusion that once I start Virtual Box the machine will already be there. Then it takes me through a setup wizard, then an initial start wizard. Any thoughts? But at Step 4, you run the curl command s in the Terminal, not in the VirtualBox. So to run Internet Explorer, I have to first become expert on something I have no experience with???

Instead of doing that, it shrunk both. It would be easier to explain if pictures could be posted here. Try running in full screen, or increasing the screen resolution within the running VM Windows itself.

Sorry for the dumb question. Installed per guidelines in spite of people bitching and complaining as though you were paid support — the temerity of some! The idea of having Windoze on my imac kills me, but when websites refuse to use any other browser other than IE, you gotta go what you gotta do. I thought I followed the guidelines exactly but I cannot create a new VM.

It says I need a boot disc or other bootable media. I thought that was part of the download, but I do not know how to access it for the initial use wizard.

Do you know what I am doing wrong? Wow, what a dream come true. Thanks for posting this super method. I normally trudge over to the PC to check my sites on windows before deployment. I had no idea such a solution existed. Glad I found this. Matth, did you get it to work?? Does anyone have an idea? This is so amazing!

Thanks mate. I love Terminal. Thank you for sharing this!

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So appreciated. I am new to mac. I downloaded part 4 manually but I cannot find ievm folder in my mac. Can someone tell me how can I find this folder so that I will copy downloaded file? If you follow the Terminal commands, copy and paste it will do all of the work for you! I will rather get a cheap pc to run explorer, without having to ruin my mac book pro with windows.

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Some actual IE bugs will never be rendered with this kind of solution. Reliable testing means one Windows installation for each version of IE. Especially for networking. After combining this two methods I got network work properly. It did work for me, thanks so much. It became a journey of a dedicated Mac user in a Windows world, and as usually happens when I go on such a journey, I learned a lot, so thank you for that. I downloaded IE8, it worked for me although it took a very long time, I have a High Speed Lite connection, it took almost 48 hours all told.

Patience is a virtue. No Wizard here with questions I had no clue how to answer. The VM said the license was good for 90 days, not just 30 as written above. I made a few changes like background colour on the desktop, created a desktop icon for the one site I will be visiting using this system, and when I powered down and then re-booted in the IE8 clean Powered Off machine in VM, it seemed to have kept those changes I made.

Not sure what will happen when the license expires. I noticed after the installation that the downloaded rar-files was left on the harddrive. There is a hidden folder in your user folder called. Delete the rar files in there and get back lots of space. Also within. Any files I could safely remove to free up space would be good because it certainly used a lot of space on my little MacBook.

Yes you can delete the rar and. I have to use IE for a work related site, and let me tell you this is the bomb, It makes it so easy to be able to do stuff from home…I absolutely love it! Terminal was downloading part 2 of the IE7 overnight, it was at of MB when I went to bed, working fine. I have a slower internet connection so I knew it would take hours, perhaps days. This morning, it had stopped. It looked like it was unpacking part 1, software permissions appeared, then it said:. Tried several times. From an earlier comment, I got the impression if the download broke, by re-entering the script, it would resume where it left off.

Suggestions welcome. Yes, chances are one of the rar files is incomplete and throwing the error.

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Remove them all and try again. Okay, I have started the whole process again, I deleted the. Of course when I deleted the. As a MAC user, I view these experiences as good learning opportunities, so hopefully this will work.