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  1. #1
    Bronze Lounger
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    Jun 2001
    New York, New York, Lebanon
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    Could MY IE be broken (IE 6.x)

    <img src=/S/hello.gif border=0 alt=hello width=25 height=29> Loungers


    1) Can't access Yahoo Groups, though some parts of Yahoo work OK.
    2) Can't access Outlook 2003 help On-line or otherwise.
    3) I have had some changes made, to be able to access the Internet from a different location, but now its back to the way it was, and now set to obtain IP address automatically.


    All other things seem to be working OK. I can surf to the Lounge, and I do get my Home page, updated when I need to update it.

    So, now what?

    Is it possible to install IE without having to install the whole Windows 2000 Pro OS?

    Thanks in Advance.

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    Platinum Lounger
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    Vienna, Wien, Austria
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    Re: Could MY IE be broken (IE 6.x)

    Are you talking about Home or Office? Could you be affected by a new lock-down by IT at your job?

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    Gold Lounger
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    Wardrobe Malfunction Junction, Derry
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    Re: Could MY IE be broken (IE 6.x)


    This is sounding like someone made changes for you impacting this--SysAd at work? If not I'd run SFC first and here is a link to a series of steps to take inrepairing IE but there may be something you can say that will get one of us onto this quickly before going through them. Ruling out a work change then System File Checker would be a first step for me. See Post 335817 Steps in Repairing IE and Links (If Not a Work Related Change to Your System Imposed by Someone Else)


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