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IE 6 problem

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#1 Starbuck


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Posted 10 April 2005 - 04:27 AM

i am using windows xp home with sp2
until i downloaded sp2, i had no problems.
Now when i click a link on a webpage nothing happens, i just get a blank page with the 'hour glass' working away.
eg... when i try to use internet banking, i click the link to log in and nothing happens.
i tried everything i could think of, but i can't find out what's gone wrong.
In desperation i downloaded 'netscape 7.2' and found that this works fine, no problems.
Any ideas what's wrong?

Thanks :thumbsup:


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Posted 10 April 2005 - 01:44 PM

Hello there, joined this forum a few days ago, had the same problem for months, microsoft people told me to restore the drive, so naturally i just let the problem go(too many movies and songs to replace ) came here and everything working fine. and welcome to you both!

Just right click on this link and past it into your address bar http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/IE_...ems-t14146.html

To the mods here, can you make this link a sticky? that would help a bunch of people.
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