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Internet explorer

by mythman3 / August 24, 2005 9:42 AM PDT

Windows XP service pack 2, AMD 3000 1Gb RAM,

HI! my windows explorer seems to act up lately, and I wonder what the cause may be?! When I click on a hyperlink I either get a blank white window with the system just ''hanging'' or standing by and never opening or showing the contents , or they (hyperllinks)don't seem to work at all. I have done the necessary updates and I have no virus or adware on my system , yet I don't seem to get the things open... any advice will be appreciated. Thanks in advance. Bob

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Re: Internet explorer
by Tufenuf / August 24, 2005 10:25 AM PDT
In reply to: Internet explorer

mythman3, if you mean Internet Explorer and not Windows Explorer go to the link below and follow the instructions under the Resolution section. Many times registering the referenced dll files corrects the problem. Also make sure that Internet Explorer is set as your default browser.



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Did it work ?
by skycatcher / August 25, 2005 1:21 AM PDT
In reply to: Re: Internet explorer

If it didn't... are you running a dodgey Pop-Up blocker ?

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