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#1 cgward

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Posted 22 April 2008 - 02:55 PM

I could use a little help on this one cleaned the reg file and now I can not open sites sent to me in news letters. I get this pop up that says, This operation has been canceled due to restrictions in effect on this computer, please contact your system administrator that would be me. I have tried just about everything even gone to Microsoft and tried to find the right file which seems to be missing is inetcpl.cpl and no matter what I do I can not get this to work or find it in my system. The only other thing I know that I can do is reinstall explorer. I am running XP home and Firefox, any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated.
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#2 Farbar

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Posted 22 April 2008 - 03:34 PM

Hi CW,

You can use Windows File Protection to repair the system files if they are corrupted.

Go to Start > Run and type in Run box: sfc /scannow

It launches Windows File Protection. It may takes a while (usually around 20 min) to check the integrity of Windows system files and if needed replaces them. You may need your Windows installation CD.

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Posted 22 April 2008 - 03:36 PM

That file inetcpl.cpl seems to be the Internet Options for IE.

Seems like a repair of IE would fix it or be worth a try, How to perform a repair installation of Windows XP if Internet Explorer 7 is installed - http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=917964

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