Posted 25 March 2006 - 10:02 PM
I thought I had the answer and I'm so disappointed. I just don't have anymore ideas.
At a lot of sites I get this sort of thing:
HTTP/1.1 200 Ok Set-Cookie: BIGipServerAncestry.com=1141876928.20480.0000; expires=Sun, 26-Mar-2006 02:31:28 GMT; path=/ Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2006 02:01:29 GMT Server: Microsoft-IIS/6.0 p3p: CP="CAO DSP COR DEVa TAIa OUR BUS UNI NAV INT PRE" X-Powered-By: ASP.NET X-AspNet-Version: 1.1.4322 Set-Cookie: ATT=vQTICI-IfklV4pbBUB08ZG*CvPQyFIDAClRCAM; path=/ Set-Cookie:
That's just an example. I thought Microsoft Word was corrupted because if I tell the computer to search for something I get a message that Mirosoft Word 2002 is installing. After I hit escape abt three times it stops trying to install and goes away. If I just let it try to install it tells me it can't install. If I go to Uninstall Programs and tell it to uninstall Word it tells me it has to have the disc in order to uninstall. I don't have the disc it wants. So I installed Microsft Office XP Standard in hopes that it would delete all of the old stuff as it installed but apparently it didn't and I still have the problem.
Before that I thought Internet Explorer was the problem so I installed Firefox. It doesn't happen if I minimize the aol window, double click Firefox and go that way. But it still did it if I went through aol. I set Firefox as the primary browser and it still happened when I went through aol. So I took Internet Explorer off of the computer so aol would have to use Firefox. It still does this when it goes through aol. But still I can minimize the aol window and double click Firefox and work that way but if aol is on Firefox how can that be?
Please save my sanity.