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No action when clicking in IE and several other MS apps

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#1 antoine38


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Posted 06 June 2005 - 04:38 AM

I am finding a strange behaviour in my IE and actually other MS applications too (although I can't recall which one now). I use Firefox to compose this request, and will continue to use it, but in some cases I still need IE....

Do you understand this behaviour ?
Do you know what is wrong ?


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#2 frankie12


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Posted 06 June 2005 - 06:39 AM

First of all is the location searching in the correct spot. what i mean by that is did you move IE and the not change the location name. If you did move it or want to check the location you can right-click on the shortcut and hit properties.

Second of all is did you do a virus and spyware check. If you have and found nothing you may want to try the other two options. if you don't know where to find a free virus scan you can go to Lavasoft to get one. After the search if it found a virus or spyware delete it and then see if IE works.

If it still dosn't work after that you can try to run HiJackThis and put what it came up with in the HijackThis forum and other members will be able to see if there is something wrong with your computer.

I hope this can help you with your IE problems.

Edited by frankie12, 06 June 2005 - 06:41 AM.

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