Don't get confused -- Windows Explorer is what you use to view your drives, folders and files and has nothing to do with your problem since it isn't used for viewing websites.
Microsoft Internet Explorer has now been re-named "Windows Internet Explorer" but they are essentially the same thing, so the name-change may have confused you a bit.
Your problem is that particular website has not caught up yet with the new IE7 - it does not recognise it so it thinks you are using an incompatible browser.
You have two options:
1. You can try using a different web-browser just for that website (eg Firefox from here http://www.firefox.com
2. Uninstall IE7 which will automatically revert back to IE6 which should then work with that website and any other website which doesn't recognise IE7.
When you do get into the website, you might do us all a favour by contacting the site administrators and pointing out the problem, since very few websites should by now still be having identification issues with IE7.
Edited by pip22, 08 May 2007 - 04:40 AM.