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Ok, well, unfortunately I am running 2000 Professional, and I think you are showing me XP wording and graphics - so there is a difference in how things are worded and displayed, however, when I get to or go under - C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer - I see (among several other things) -

iesetup.cif
ie6setup.exex
iedetect.dll
IEXPLORE.EXE
and IEUninstall - 5/16/2006 - this last one is the only one with a (modified) date near when I was making changes - all the others are from years 2002 and 2004. - I suppose I need to go back now and run the search again (?) (this may take me awhile - one way I ran this procedure I came back with literally 20,000+ results!).

Thanks - G

It may help me if I knew, or had some understanding, of my end-result or action here - is it to simply look, or find something, or am I going to want to delete something?

Edited by grc, 19 May 2006 - 08:08 AM.

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The IE6 is fine, download and run this

http://www.microsoft...&DisplayLang=en
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The IE6 is fine, download and run this

http://www.microsoft...&DisplayLang=en


Great, done! - Thank you! Should I be good-to-go now, and/or should I eliminate/purge IE7-beta from my system?

Thanks again for all you help! :whistling:
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See how things go, if you can track down the IE7 files then send them to the recycle bin but do not empty it, reboot the PC whenevr you need to for at least a few times, if the PC runs fine you can empty the recycle bin, though if you do not need the room just leave the recycle bin with the files in

The IE7 files are unlikely to be a problem if left where they are, because they don't run on your version of windows
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