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john god

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I have a windows 98 se.........My problem is, when I go to a web site, I get this box saying
(Your Program has Performed an Illegal Operation.) This keeps coming up quite often.
Is there any fixing this?
Thank-You
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Update your Java to the newest put out by Sun. Even with win 98 why are you NOT using Firefox for your browser?

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I only know of internet exployer. What is the difference?
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hi,

Some people say Firefox is more secure. As its popularity grows, so will the exploits, as people turn their energy to finding its vulnerabilities, like they have IE in the past. FF requires some extensions in order for some pages to display properly but it is a good alternative too ie7, i run both.
you can download firefox here - http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/

cheers...xxx1
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Hi
Thanks for the input.
Right now I would just like to rid myself of the,
(Your Program has Performed an Illegal Operation and will be Shut Down.)
Thank-You
John
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Have a look here. We may need to uninstall and reinstall Internet Explorer 6.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/293907

Heres how to reinstall

http://www.microsoft...p1/default.mspx
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