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i deleted some of my IE files...


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i had a bad spyware problem so i deleted'em kuz i'm dumb... i tried to simply reinstall IE but it decets a newer version... i cant uninstall the entire thing for the life of me... i think if i could just uninstall it, i could reinstall it and i would be peachy... unless u have a better idea?

i think i deleted some java plug ins or sumthin... idk... help plzzzzzz
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and also... when i try to click on internet options it says "this operation has been restricted due to restrictions in effect on this computer. please contact your system administrator" now... i'm the only 1 that uses this comp... erhmmmm :tazz:
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lol dude just download mozilla firefox or either netscape web browser.

Either will run just fine. Type one or the other i listed in a search engine and download it.
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Use ANY browser besides Internet Explorer, almost every exploit is crafted to take advantage of an IE weakness. We usually recommend FireFox

Edited by phybyr0ptyk, 31 May 2005 - 09:58 PM.

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i have firefox, but i need IE to check my email, and my sbc yahoo dsl browser appearently runs off IE files, kuz it wont work anymore either... and my yahoo msgr will not function properly either... I NEED IE BACK
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Dude, I know we all need IE to complete our many daily tasks, but all I am saying is possess the know-how to use IE SAFELY


On a more serious note: Please Click here!, and follow the recommendations in the guide.


I wish you the best of luck in your quest for freedom. :tazz:
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efwiz got me fixed up... thanx anyway
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