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IE 6.0 not allow pop up

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I have a W2K computer that in not allowing pop ups with Internet Explorer 6.0 sp1. Several websites that the users frequents uses pop up windows for additional information and none of these are working. When the user clicks on the link a blank window opens. I cannot find information on pop ups with IE 6.0 sp1
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go to your tools click on internet options
click under privacy you will see pop-up blocker

if your using norton

Turn off Pop-up Window Blocking

Pop-up and pop-under ads are secondary windows that Web sites open when you visit or leave the sites. Pop-ups appear on top of the current window, while pop-unders appear behind the current window.

When Pop-up Window Blocking is enabled, Ad Blocking automatically blocks the programming code Web sites use to open secondary windows without your knowledge. Sites that open secondary windows when you click a link or perform other actions are not affected.

To turn off Pop-up Window Blocking

In the main window, under Norton AntiSpam, click Status & Settings.
In the System Status pane, double-click Popup Blocking.
In the Ad Blocking window, in the Ad Blocking settings for drop-down list, select the account that you want to change.
In the Ad Blocking window, uncheck Turn on Pop-up Window Blocking.
Click OK.

also check your tool bar for pop-up blocker

Edited by rushin1nd, 23 August 2006 - 01:48 PM.

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