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Hello there computerwiz12890, the final method worked. Yes a brutal chore has come to an end. IE and the rest of the earlier non functioning problems have been corrected and the PC is back to humming again. Thanks for sticking with me and working out my problems...I appreciate it.
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You're welcome. :blink:

If you need anything else, we're here for ya :whistling:
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Just one more thing. I tried to open a program. This message came up...

"Snap-in Creation Failed"

The snap-in is not created...it may not be installed properly...
Name : Disk Defragmenter
CLSID :{ 43668E21....}

Any suggestions???
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Check out this article by Microsoft and follow the directions under Resolution. Let me know how it goes.

http://support.micro...om/?kbid=912651
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Sorry for not getting back to you sooner,computerwiz12890.
I did research that article. The symptoms seemed to be similar, yet the fix didn't work when I entered the info into the path. I actually ended up taking the defrag program off, then reinstalling it. The warning message has since disappeared and the PC has had no other fallout. Thanks again.
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ok. cool. Thanks for letting me know how you solved it. :whistling:

Edited by computerwiz12890, 20 June 2006 - 03:08 PM.

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