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how to repair internet explorer

by a / November 18, 2005 8:05 PM PST

I am using IE 6 without spII on a window xp machine
with 256 mb ram.
Since two days IE is not working. Put any site
but nothing happens. It don't even try to access
the internet. Firefox is working fine.
No entry for IE in add/remove program.
How to repair it. There use to be a way to repair
it but I can find it anywhere now.
Recently installed latest version of dap (download
manager) and one recover deleted file program.

Thanks.

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First, you must
by PudgyOne / November 19, 2005 12:50 AM PST

First, You must be signed in as an administrator

then

Click start

settings

control panel

add/remove programs

click on Microsoft Internet Explorer

It will then give you the option to remove or repair it.

Choose repair it.

After you repair it restart your computer.

You will then need to go to Windows update to reinstall all your critical updates.


Hope this helps

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IE repair
by tomron / November 19, 2005 8:18 AM PST
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re:
by a / November 19, 2005 12:46 PM PST

Hi,

Thanks for your replies.
My IE is working now.

I already told that its not visible in
add/remove program. Its still isn't.
Surprising. Any suggestion why
this is so.

And about the article. I have gone through
many such after a search of forums(which I
should have done before), and did many things.
And IE is back to work again. Thanks for the
link.

Good day.

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Since u mentioned...
by seals1sg / November 21, 2005 11:28 AM PST
In reply to: re:

that u did many things from your search in the forum...perhaps you can share so that we can know what went wrong and apply the correct measures which you did.

FYI I am encountering a somewhat similar problem like u.

Tks again

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