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Broken Ie7, No Downloading How Do I Fix It?


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#1 marinatonyg

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Posted 26 July 2008 - 01:24 AM

I just figured out what my problems is. Trough installing and removing FireFox/IE7 and recovering, I guess I lost some IE7 files and now it doesn't work. The result is that I can't download, no shortcuts, it is really frustrating. I would re-install the whole windows XP but I have too may files and pictures on my computer and it would take weeks and maybe months to save them all.
I can't download ANYTHING at all, how do I fix that problem? I heard I could solve the problem somehow trough "My Network Place", but I never used it before I don't know what to do there (and by the way it shows me an error, which it didn't the first time). Please help. Thank you all in advanced.


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#2 Izzy

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Posted 26 July 2008 - 06:30 AM

if you had an external hardrive large enough to transfer all your files. then you could reinstall your OS.

#3 Dr_Manhattan

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Posted 27 July 2008 - 07:33 PM

Can you even uninstall/reinstall IE7 at all? If you haven't tried this yet try performing a windows repair on your system and see if this fixes the issue. You will not lose your files by performing a windows repair.

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Posted 28 July 2008 - 07:14 PM

Use a friends computer to download the IE7 install file then move it onto a thumb drive, or flash drive, or what ever they are called at this second and try reinstalling IE7 that way.
Hope this helps any.




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