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the newest version of java is 07 get it here

http://www.java.com/en/

not sure if it will help but it hasn't been hacked yet
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k installing now, lets hope it works........:fingers crossed:
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nope, didnt work.
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try getting all the critical updates for windows
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already did, the only thin thats left is for outlook, lol.
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I only will be online another hour or so and I will be headed for the coast for a couple of days...maybe someone else can help...I'm fresh out of idea's and dont have time to research this anymore today
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There is a Microsoft Knowledge Base article that may help shed some light on your situation:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/266668/en-us
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that article wasnt that great. IE isnt even in the add or remove programs list.....................upgrade to windows 2000? wat the heck are they talking about?
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k i read something about the DisplayIcon value with a ",-1", to remove the comma. i looked for all programs i had with a , in front of the value, removed, and it didnt work. anything else?
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