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i got that tab back ....thanks for that....but i didnt have any things to delete or remove....the only box i had was "my current web page"....so idont know if i fixed anything
cant thank you enough......
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i cannot find the ie.inf file...i dont have it?/????


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Make sure that the system files/folders are enabled - My Computer->Tools/View->Folder Options->View tab and make sure it's enabled. See if you can find ie.inf now.
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the only folders i see are "ie" and "ie.PNF" ??????
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We are looking for a file and not a folder. Are you in c:\windows\inf\ now? You should see the file ie.inf there (scroll down).
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sorry for the confusion...i found it and clicked install but it says: "The file 'IEXPLORE.EXE' on Windows XP Home edition service pack 2 CD is needed. Type the path where the file is located, and then click OK.


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OK, try asking this question in the Windows forum and see if they know how to repair IE since you have SP2 installed already. If that's resolved and you don't have any problems, post back here so that I can close it.
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