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Ie 7 And Window Media Player Not Functioning After Spyware Removal

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#1 simon_sum


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Posted 02 May 2007 - 05:36 PM


I was just infected by serious spyware and have them all removed through the help of the expert here. Now I am transferred to here to deal with my IE and WMP problems. Hope that you can help.

My IE is generally working ok, but I have problems everytime when there is Java. Everytime when I need to click an icon which is java thing, it is not working, not pop up windows for me, that affects me a lot since one if the website is for my bank account and I cannot access it because of that.

Besides, my window media player is not functioning, I have tried to uninstall it and install it again, but when I click on the icon, it said that the device is not ready.

Since there is no more IE 6 can be downloaded, I don't know what to do and hope that there will be professions here to help me. Thanks very much.



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#2 Sneakycyber


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Posted 02 May 2007 - 06:51 PM

:thumbsup: I would start with downloading the latest javascript pluging from Java.com and installing it. Even if you have version 6.1 reinstalling my solve your problem. As for your media player Which version are you using. And as I always mention have you been to windows update lately? Check for the latest updates. There may be a bug in your version of media player.
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