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Whenever I download a file, say movie for example. It will finish and ill click open to view it. But it always comes up wit an error message saying the specified path does not exist. But i know it does exist, and ive tried reinstalling IE6.

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In reply to: internet explorer

I think it only happens with video files, because apps work fine.

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Known error

In reply to: actaullly

It is a known error in IE6. There is no fix at present. The way round this is to actually save it rather than open it from the location. That will make it work.

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But i do save it

In reply to: Known error

I actually save the file to a location. For example, i save it to C:/h/the filename. But it still comes up with the error.

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video files

In reply to: internet explorer

It only happens with video files.

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