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OK, it won't let me upload a winzip file either. There are no log files to view in the folder just two .dmp files. I thought I might try a screenshot so I tried to open them with Notepad ++ but could not. Now what?

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Hmm lets me attach them... Could you upload to a file sharing site like Mediafire and post the sharing link please
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OK, here's the link: http://www.mediafire.com/?myfiles
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Could you post the sharing link please
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I clicked on the Share Folder icon at Mediafire and it gave me a link to copy which is the one I posted. I just tried the link in my post above and it took me right to the file. What am I missing?

Edited by Draconian, 30 July 2012 - 12:45 PM.

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That just takes me to the login page, the link should be a series of letter/numbers as the URL after mediafire
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OK, I think I figured it out.

http://www.mediafire...ylc33fe3ggi6fsz
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Could you go Start > Run
Type in Cmd.exe
Press OK
A black box will open
Copy and then paste the following command into the box

%windir%\ie8\spuninst\spuninst.exe

Let me know the result please
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A wizard pops up to remove Windows Internet Explorer 8. Shall we?
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Give it a whirl and fingers crossed
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Just so I'm clear on this. First I run the uninstaller wizard for IE8, then I run the Complete Internet Repair Program, then download and install IE8 again. Is that correct? If so how do I log onto the internet to DL IE8?
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When IE8 is uninstalled you will revert to IE7

That is the correct sequence
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Ahhhhh. OK, crossing fingers, boss.
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:lol:
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That was actually a personalized version of the "digging a hole Boss" line in Paul Newmans' Cool Hand Luke movie.

Well, I had to uncross my fingers, hang my head and come back to you yet again with empty hands. I got the short flash of a blue screen then Windows rebooted and I got that "recovered from a serious error" message again. Just for grins I pulled up Add/Remove Programs and IE8 was still there. Got any C4? LOL!

Edited by Draconian, 30 July 2012 - 02:37 PM.

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