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Internet Explorer won't start


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once the desktop is on and I click on IE a box comes up saying that Microsoft Internet Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. I can not get on line at all. any sugestions .... please .... it appears that I have a Error Signature

Edited by Please help me, 18 April 2005 - 07:16 PM.

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Yeah, don't use Explorer. Get Mozilla Firefox; all of your problems will be solved...While you're at it, get Thunderbird, the email client, as well. Get them here at: http://www.mozilla.org :tazz:
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Thanks, but how can I get it when I can't get online?
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Can you get your browser to even start? Let's try that first...If you can't, please let me know...
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No, the browser won't start
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Double click MY COMPUTER, then C: drive, then WINDOWS folder, then look for WINDOWSUPDATEFILES....inside you should find a ie6setup.exe

double click it and reinstall ie6
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