IE7 Standalone Launch Script - Jon Galloway

IE7 Standalone Launch Script

As of IE7 Beta 3, this launch script no longer works. I've released a new version which works with newer IE7 versions (including RC1). Read about it here, then download it here


UPDATES
8/31/2006 - Version 1.6 works with IE7 RC1. Grab it here.
7/26/2006 - Version 1.5 works with IE7 Beta 3, but requires a few more files so I've bundled it into a zip file for distribution. Grab it here.
6/29/2006 - This isn't working with IE7 Beta 3 yet. I'll have to test it out more and probably release a new version.
2/8/2006 - Version 1.4 temporarily updates the IE version to work with conditional statements (<!--[if lt IE 7.0]>) based on a recommendation by Thomas Meinike. 3/21/2006 - This build has been tested with the IE7 B2 Preview released on 3/20/2006. It works, in that it allowed me to browse sites in IE7 without messing up IE6 or my default browser association. However, I noticed high CPU usage while browsing and had to close IE7 using the task manager when I was through - it didn't respond to that little red X thing. I believe these are minor inconveniences compared to running a separate virtual machine just to check how a site looks. Obviously, this build of IE7 just came out yesterday so I haven't put this through rigorous testing.
2/2/2006 - Version 1.3 works with IE7 Beta 2 Preview.

The IE6 Cumulative Security Update (Dec 13) broke the IE Standalone Mode that's been around since IE3 and is a big help in designing for forward compatibility. The IE team's response is that the standalone mode is not supported, so do a full install of the IE7 beta if you want to use it. After a short bit of grumbling, I'll tell you how you can still run IE7 in standalone mode despite the security update.

I hope the "by design" solution is a temporary workaround that will be fixed soon, for a lot of reasons:

  • It's going to be really annoying for web developers to have to test on IE6 and IE7 if they can't both run on the same machine
  • It's not the developers' fault
  • Other browsers allow running multiple versions on the same machine
  • IE is making a lot of breaking changes between versions 6 and 7
  • IE's "standard defiance" virtually required (or highly encouraged) non-standard HTML / CSS / Javascript
  • The standalone mode, unsupported or not, has worked for like 10 years now

The symptoms of this recent problem are interesting - in my case, every time I clicked a link in IE it would open in Firefox (my default browser). There are lots of other strange effects other people are seeing, such as blank windows, hanging, and a ringing in the ears. The problem is that IE7 writes a registry key that causes IE6 to shift to an also undocumented "evil" mode, and it's necessary to delete this registry key after running IE7 and before running IE6 with the December 05 cumulative security update.

Okay, on to the solutions...

If you just want to delete the registry key and follow the rules (don't use IE7 at all, take the plunge and use IE7, or use a virtual machine with VirtualPC or VMWare), then you can just copy the following text into notepad, save it as ie7fix.reg, and double-click it. Note: this is not the launch script, it's just a cleanup in case you've used the launch script before and it's causing problems.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[-HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{C90250F3-4D7D-4991-9B69-A5C5BC1C2AE6}]

But if you'd like to keep running IE7 in standalone mode, you can use the following DOS batch script. You'll use the batch file to launch IE7, and it will stay active as long as IE7 is running. As soon as you shut IE7 down (that red X button or File / Exit), the batch file will clean up after IE7 so your other browsers will continue to work.

How to use the IE7 Launch Script:

  1. If you already have IE7 set up for standalone mode, skip to step 4.
  2. Download the IE7 Beta Install from MSDN. I know there are versions of this floating around the intarwebs, which may or may not carry the ebola virus.
  3. Open the install file with a decompression program like WinRAR (yep, it's an EXE, but it's a self extracting EXE) and extract them to a folder. Alternatively, you can just run the EXE, make a copy of the files which are extracted in the first step, and cancel the install. I was too chicken to do this on my work computer. There were some other steps to the setup which I've included in the batch file below - if you want to know what they are, read the original info here.
  4. Copy the text below to notepad and save it as IE7.bat in the same folder you're setting up the standalone IE7 copy.
  5. When you want to run IE7, double click IE7.bat - it pops up a DOS window that will hang around as long as IE7 is running so it can clean up after it (by deleting that pesky registry key) when you close IE7. Don't close the DOS window down or your pancreas will implode.
  6. When you're done with IE7, just shut it down. The DOS window will clean up that pesky registry key and delete the standalone files, then disappear. If you shut IE7 down and the DOS window hangs around, just close it and run it again.
Update - If setting up the launch script is more work than you'd like, and you don't mind downloading from a non-Microsoft source, you can easily find zipped IE7 redistributions with the launch script already set up.

@ECHO OFF
TITLE IE7 Launcher 1.4

ECHO 
IE7 STANDALONE LAUNCHER 1.4
ECHO 
Updated for IE7 Beta Preview
ECHO.
ECHO Do not close this window or it will not clean up after itself properly.
ECHO You can pass a URL into this batch filelike this:
ECHO ie7.bat www.microsoft.com
ECHO.
ECHO More info here: http://weblogs.asp.net/jgalloway/archive/2005/12/28/434132.aspx
ECHO.
ECHO When you close IE7this will remove the registry key and shut itself down.
ECHO.
ECHO Setting up IE7 for standalone mode...
PUSHD %~dp0

ECHO Removing IE7 registry key and set the version vector to "7.0000".
%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg ECHO REGEDIT4
>>%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg ECHO.
>>
%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg ECHO [-HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{C90250F3-4D7D-4991-9B69-A5C5BC1C2AE6}]
>>
%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg ECHO [-HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Interface\{000214E5-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}]
>>
%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg ECHO [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Version Vector]
>>
%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg ECHO "IE"="7.0000"
>>%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg ECHO.
:: Merge the REG file to delete the IE7 standalone entry
REGEDIT /%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg

REN SHLWAPI.DLL SHLWAPI.DLL.BAK
TYPE NUL IEXPLORE.exe.local
ECHO Running IE7...
iexplore.exe "%1"

:: Merge the REG file to delete the IE7 standalone entry
REGEDIT /%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg
:: Delete the temporary REG file
DEL %TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg

ECHO Removing IE7 standalone files...
REN SHLWAPI.DLL.BAK SHLWAPI.DLL
DEL IEXPLORE.exe.local

:: Set the old version vector "6.0000".
%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg ECHO REGEDIT4
>>%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg ECHO.
>>
%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg ECHO [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Version Vector]
>>
%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg ECHO "IE"="6.0000"
>>%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg ECHO.
REGEDIT /
%TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg
DEL %TEMP%.\IE7Fix.reg

POPD
ECHO 
Completeclosing...

Please leave any comments here.

Published Wednesday, December 28, 2005 8:09 PM by Jon Galloway

Comments

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

I knew there was a reason I kept that XP Virtual PC image laying around. :)

Wednesday, December 28, 2005 5:27 PM by David Findley

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

> if they can't both run on the same machine

Isn't this why God invented virtual machines?

I forsee a not-too-distant future where every single app can opt to run in its own private WinXP VM. Less than 5 years, I think.

Wednesday, December 28, 2005 6:08 PM by Jeff Atwood

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

Dude,

You rock... we've been going nuts over here with this issue. I even rolled back the update because I couldn't figure out what was causing it. You should charge for this... just don't charge me :)

Wednesday, December 28, 2005 6:40 PM by Bill Richardson

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

David, Jeff -
VM's are cool, but they're a terribly inefficient solution for browser testing. A completely new OS install to configure and keep patched, just to test the site on two versions of the same browser?

The point of this post is that you can test multiple versions of IE on one machine without having to boot up a VM.

Wednesday, December 28, 2005 8:17 PM by Jon Galloway

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

awesome ... many thanks & respects.

Thursday, December 29, 2005 8:29 AM by nobody

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

Hmm... I try to do it, then try to install IE 6 But it won't install? can anybody fix this?

Friday, January 6, 2006 2:46 AM by Leave I. Meddiatly

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

There's no need to install IE6 again. The whole idea of the script is that you leave IE6 as it is.

Friday, January 6, 2006 11:45 AM by Jon Galloway

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

Thanks so much for posting this - I've spent hours trying to work out why I was getting all those problems.

Monday, January 9, 2006 8:28 PM by Andy

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

Having a weird problem. The batch script worked one time correctly, but after that first time IE 7 just launches for a split second and then immediately closes. IE 6 and the other standalones are still working correctly. Anyone else seeing this/know how to fix it?

Wednesday, January 25, 2006 9:15 AM by Eli

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

i did all that is write on this page and still doesnt work.when i click on ie7.exe to start i see a error :"the procedure entry point internetgetsecurityinfobyurlw could not be located in the dynamic lick library wininet.dll"    what i have 2 do to make the ie7 beta 2 work on my station? pls response!

Monday, May 29, 2006 10:51 AM by IUlian

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can i use the same code for IE5 to 6 i mean i have IE5 and can i use the same trik to install IE6 will it work

Tuesday, June 20, 2006 11:30 PM by nadeem

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I am having probs with this!  I had IE7 installed, uninstalled it to use the standalone version, now I want to re-install IE7 Beta2.  Everytime i try to do this it tells me that it cannot complete the install and leaves me with IE6!  Any Ideas?

Sunday, June 25, 2006 12:00 AM by Stu

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Can this run on Win 2000 somehow? i dont have a virtual machine or anything for XP.

Sunday, June 25, 2006 1:11 PM by doh

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

Thanks for the tip on this one.

Running the batch file as per the instructions works fine, but I also get the message as some others have reported; "The procedure entry point InternetGetSecurityInfoByURLW could not be located in the dynamic lick library WININET.dll".

Anyone got any ideas on this?

Bill

Thursday, June 29, 2006 10:09 AM by Bill Mudford

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

It is not working for IE7 Beta 3. What is wrong? Please let us know. Thanks for help

Friday, June 30, 2006 11:11 AM by ie7beta3

# ie7beta3

This .bat is realy a great peace of code.

Good luck for finding out a fix for beta 3 !

Monday, July 3, 2006 6:38 AM by TestMan

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Looking forward for updated version...

Monday, July 3, 2006 12:22 PM by FataL

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Can't wait any more!

Monday, July 3, 2006 5:29 PM by Zeox

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Checking new launch script for IE7 beta3 :)

Tuesday, July 4, 2006 2:54 PM by ileadu

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

When do you think a script will be available for ie7beta3 so developers can run both ie6 and ie7beta3?  i have tired the above but as you said it only works on ie7beta2 which is no longer available to download since MS released beta3...

Monday, July 17, 2006 3:11 AM by Sean

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Thanks a lot man your a f---ing god. I couldn't open ie6 for over six months until I found this website. I won't be installing ie7 beta2 again, NEVER

Monday, July 31, 2006 7:56 PM by John

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

dude u are a freakin genius...u did seem to clear my problems about runnin da freagin ie program...but wht should i do 4 uninstallin ie 7 beta 2 so tht i can install it properly again or mabbe install ie beta 3 ... plz do advice, me id is vivek0406@hotmail.com

Wednesday, August 16, 2006 12:21 PM by vivek

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

Any timeline on a script that works with RC1? Thanks!

Tuesday, August 29, 2006 1:30 PM by Nate

# Problems with IE7b3 and IE7rc1

Don't know if these are problems with the launcher scripts or with IE7 itself -- I currently don't have a virtual machine at hand to test a "real" install.

Problem 1: "onchange" event on form elements causes the Information bar to appear telling me that a popup was blocked, even if popup blocking is disabled.  This happens at least with <select> and <input type="file"/>.  Result: the dropdown menu for the select element never appears as does the "Open" dialog window for the <input type="file"/> element.

Problem 1 is affected by:

Launcher script 1.5 + IE7b3

Launcher script 1.6 + IE7b3

Launcher script 1.6 + IE7rc1

Problem 2: "onclick" event on anchor link doesn't work.  This has the nasty side effect that the page may redirect to the base of the current directory since most links with an onclick event have an empty href attribute.

Problem 2 is affected by:

Launcher script 1.6 + IE7b3

Launcher script 1.6 + IE7rc1

Since this doesn't happen with launcher script 1.5, I *presume* it's an issue with the new script.

Friday, September 8, 2006 2:35 PM by Tomcat76

# re: IE6 Standalone Launch Script on Vista RC1

A solution for run an IE6 Standalone on Vista RC1 ?

Thanks

Monday, September 18, 2006 7:13 PM by Alteiis

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*Cheeeeeeeeeeeeeer*

Friday, September 29, 2006 7:51 AM by Jollypants

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

I am wondering how can we finally have both IE7 and IE6 working at full power on one machine. Maybe the solution would be to run IE7 full installation and IE6 in standalone mode, but I couldn't find enough informations. Can anybody shed some light on this?

./alex

--

.w( the_mindstorm )p.

Saturday, October 21, 2006 1:06 PM by Alex Popescu

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

You're right. Since IE7 will be an automatic update, it is likely to spread faster.  It might be best to just install IE 7 and find a way to make 6 standalone for testing purposes...

Monday, October 23, 2006 10:54 AM by Jive

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When i click on a link it takes back the root page. If however i copy the shortcut of a link and paste it in the address bar, it works??

How strange

Monday, October 30, 2006 2:51 PM by Abs

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

Hi,

I installed IE7 but a number of sites I need to access to pay bills don't support it. I was told that deleteing it will automatically revert me to IE6 but that didn't work. I used Add/Remove in the Control Panel but it didn't remove IE7. HELP, PLEASE!

Thank you.

Wednesday, November 22, 2006 11:43 AM by Patrick Dillon

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

Same problem as P Dillon , but slightly worse . IE7 will not allow me to uninstall it , causing me no end of problems ,wont allow me to install Active X controls , the list goes on .   Microsoft no use , 30 mins on phone support waiting , on prime tel charge time  for techie , gave up in the end . Can anyone help , PLEASE!!!

Monday, November 27, 2006 6:36 AM by Irene

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

Install worked great and I can run IE6 and IE7 side by side! The only problem I'm having is that dropdown menus are setting off the pop-up blocker that is built into IE7.  Even when I add the site to a list of ok sites for pop-ups.  I have also tried turning the pop-up blocker off and it's still not working.  I am using your standalone script 1.8 and IE7 RC1

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Hello when i run ie.bat tell me that cannot find the http://

Any idea?

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Can this run on Win 2000 somehow? i dont have a virtual machine or anything for XP.

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did all that is write on this page and still doesnt work.when i click on ie7.exe to start i see a error :"the procedure entry point internetgetsecurityinfobyurlw could not be located in the dynamic lick library wininet.dll"    what i have 2 do to make the ie7 beta 2 work on my station? pls response!

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Monday, May 16, 2011 11:34 PM by Accessories for Mac

# re: IE7 Standalone Launch Script

IE7 BETA 3; however, does not assume defaults. So for it to work properly in standalone mode we need to set the appropriate classes and interfaces in the windows registry. The interesting thing about this is that as soon as they are loaded in memory by IE, they are no longer required. This means we don't need to wait for "iexplore.exe" to close before performing a registry clean-up (like what Jon Galloway's script did).

Wednesday, September 14, 2011 5:28 AM by bayliy