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wirepuller

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I cannot open any links using " open in new window ". :whistling: Nothing happens, and the screen that I am using has to be closed after that. However, when I go ctrl - alt - del......I see the IE pages which should have opened, but they will not appear on screen. I am using windows 98. There was a previous thread connected to this, but when searching the microsoft site for fixes, I could not find anything. Any help would be greatly appreciated..........Thx !!
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Nobody ???? :whistling: Is this a major, major problem or what ? :blink:
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The previous thread was for Windows XP so it really does not apply except that you may have the same trojan on your computer.

http://www.geekstogo...s...=16672&st=0

Heres a microsoft article on it.

http://support.micro...b/281679/EN-US/

and it could be this.

http://hoffmanshome.com/asfl/fix.html

Personally i have not used IE in the last couple of years. I quit using it when i downloaded firefox 0.6 and have never returned to IE. Im now using firefox 1.5 and love the tabbed browsing, and being able to paste in a url by hitting the ctrl + T keys to open a blank window tab.

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