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Deleteing auto complete forms

I'm using IE-6 and it won't let me delete my auto complete forms any more, it just sits there with the hourglass symbol and locks up the webpage and I have to use the task manager to shut the page off. It worked Ok the other day.

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Have You Tried?

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.....Cleaning out all of the "Cookies", "Temp", and "Temporary Internet Files" folders? If not, please do..

You can also try disabling Autocomplete "Forms" section temporarily, then re-enabling it again like this: Open the Control Panel, then double click on the "Internet Options" icon. When that opens, click on the "Content" tab, then click on the "Autocomplete", then click on the "Clear Forms" button, then UNCHECK the "Forms" box in the upper section of that window, then click on "OK", Apply, then OK, etc.

Now restart the computer.. You may need to start from scratch regarding the forms autocomplete utility.

ON the other hand, if you're using a different tools such as "Roboform", then try uninstalling the

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CCleaner Should be Able to Do This. See My Post at This.....

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LINK for download & instructions. It's FREE!(&Great!).
If that doesn't get it, then perhaps you have a corrupted system file regarding that function & may want to run a Checkdisk/Repair to correct system file.
Post back with results & can supply Checkdisk instr., if needed. Happy
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(NT) Use CCleaner.

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