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Internet Typing Problem


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zajo

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Hi all, I am having MAJOR problems. I cannot type anything in on a webpage. For example, I cannot sign in, or perform searchs. I can type documents, and can type in the address box, but cannot type anything once I get to my desired webpage. Please offer any hlpe. Thank you kindly. :tazz:
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Major Payne

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Hi :

Only got a few ideas :

1) Go to Start>Run and type regsvr32 mshtmled.dll in the command box, click okay. Then try out a web page and see if you can type ok now.

If not :

2) Try reloading IE Service Pack 1 if you're using IE 6.0. Possibly the files are corrupted or missing.

Ron
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Additional info :


Unable to type in the text boxes (eg.. a Search engine or a Web site). These issues are caused by missing registry keys. To resolve the problem, try the following steps:

Click Start, Run and type the following commands one by one and press Enter

REGSVR32 MSHTMLED.DLL (Previously mentioned)

REGSVR32 JSCRIPT.DLL

REGSVR32 /i MSHTML.DLL

If this does not help, reinstall Internet Explorer.

Ron
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