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PROBLEM FIXED: Internet Explorer Help


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geordie10

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Hey
I am running windows xp service pack 2.
Couple of months ago spysweeper deleted iexplore.exe in Internet explorer folder. I tried to uninstall it but i couldn't. It wasn't in add/remove programs. It was installed somehow. with a xp home service pack 2 disk. i then then tried to delete the internet exploerer folder. but only a couple of files deleted. i downloaded it and tried to instal but it says a knewer version already exists. i tried a to reinstall service pack 2 but it didn't work. i tried system file check but that didn't work i don't have the xp home service pack 2 disk. i only have xp home service pack 1. i then tried to install internet explorer 7 beta but that didn't work.
so........

i really don't know what to do does anyone have any advice ?
thanks for any help

Edited by geordie10, 15 April 2006 - 11:28 PM.

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coachwife6

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I'm really uncertain of what problems you are having. Can you apply all available windows update?
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Thanks for The Help Anyway
I found out the problem and i fixed it
thanks

Edited by geordie10, 15 April 2006 - 11:27 PM.

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thanks for letting us know. :whistling:
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