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Yahoo mail and amazon pages not loading graphics properly


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utschy

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I have windows 2000 and IE 6. Recently the yahoo mail login page and some Amazon.com pages don't load properly and it is difficult to tell which buttons to click on. I have tried cleaning out my temporary internet files with spybot and just by going into the IE tools menu but nothing has changed. Can someone tell me how to fix this problem? What I have tried recently is to remove IE 6.0 and reload the software but I can't delete the service pack and until I delete the service pack IE doesn't even show up on the add/remove software list.

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adrian utsch
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maybe try firefox ?
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Yes,

I have firefox but I find that the browser doesn't work as well as IE. There are certain sites that won't play properly with firefox but will work with IE. Usually, I think these are websites that play video or maybe that have some kind of special graphics (running java or shockwave maybe). Mostly, I am just becoming obsessed that I can't fix the problem and I can't upgrade to IE 7.0 with windows 2000.


thanks for the suggestion
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