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IE 6 SP6 link problem


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wewin1

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I have recently been having problems with my IE6. Whenever I click on a link that opens up another window, the page doesn't load at all. I would have to copy the link and past it in the address bar for it to load up. I have tried to repair IE6 with the methods shown on this forum but it still didn't fit it. I have run Ad-Ware SE Pro and McAfee Anti-virus and have not found anything on my system.

This is the current version of IE that I am using.

Version:6.0.299.2180.xpsp_sp2_gdr.050301-1519
cipher Strength: 128-bit
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Howdy:

Try the following fix..

You cannot open a new Internet Explorer window or nothing occurs after you click a link

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Well that fixed my problem, thanks. But I do have one question.
While I was doing the fix, my computer could not find Msjava.dll Is it ok to run without it, or do i need to find it on my windows CD? Again thanks for the help.
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Howdy:

Windows doesn't come with Java anymore due to a falling out with Microsoft and Sun Microsystems..

Java is used on alot of websites so it would be a good idea to have it.. You can get the Windows plugin from the Sun website..

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