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Connected, but IE doesn't work.


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Hypothesis

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After updating Windows XP (SP2) to the newest today, I encountered the problem of not being able to view pages using IE. (Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage). Now I know it's connected, how else could I of wrote this?
I tried the solutions of using winsockfix and the diagnose connections problem via IE, but none of them seem to fix it.
Are there any other methods I could try?

Thanks in advance. :whistling:

Edited by Hypothesis, 18 February 2007 - 11:32 AM.

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IE7 or IE6 ??


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7.0.5730.11.
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Have you tried reinstalling IE7? If you got it through Automatic updates then try downloading from Microsoft, by the way, when you uninstall it try using IE6 and check if that works. Good Luck :whistling:


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You could look in your Add/Remove programs with a tick in updates and see if KB 928090 is installed- if it is remove it. Then reset IE7 back to defaults in Options Advanced.

Cured problem for me.
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Have you tried Dial a fix, and WinSockxp fix?

http://www.majorgeek...wnload4899.html

http://www.snapfiles...nsockxpfix.html
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