The first method, yes it would be the same.
The second method, that's a good question, as I have never done it before on 2000. Follow the instructions, and if you can't find the file that it is talking about, let me know. I have another method.
Another thing you can do before doing method 2 is going into Tools
--> Internet Options
and changing the security level for each item under the security
tab back to the default setting (by using the "default" button). And then doing a Windows Update to make sure you have the latest Internet Explorer 6 (but if it prompts you to install Internet Explorer 7, reject it.)
Or, if you'd rather avoid an update (to escape accidentally installing IE 7), you can try to directly download and install the Internet Explorer 6 Service Pack 1 from the following link. Though, if you have it already, it will tell you and it will not
proceed.Internet Explorer 6 Service Pack 1
After applying the service pack or
doing a windows update, if it still gives you trouble, continue with Method 2 (if it is possible on 2000). If you find the file that is mentioned in method 2, then the procedure should work fine.
Edited by computerwiz12890, 04 November 2006 - 01:57 PM.