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frisco80443

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I followed the geekstogo procedure to repair my win xp. It seemed to work well but now I can't access a web site. I get a message "the requested lookup key was not found in any active activation context". How can I fix this? Thanks
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I followed the geekstogo procedure to repair my win xp. It seemed to work well but now I can't access a web site. I get a message "the requested lookup key was not found in any active activation context". How can I fix this? Thanks


Hi,

Did you repair using a CD with the same Service Pack level?

Which version of Internet Explorer do you have installed right now?
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H, thanks for getting back. I checked and discovered that my Win7 install disk installed IE6. I downloaded the latest version and everything works fine now. Thanks again.
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H, thanks for getting back. I checked and discovered that my Win7 install disk installed IE6. I downloaded the latest version and everything works fine now. Thanks again.


Windows 7! you mean Windows XP right? because there isn't IE 6 for Windows 7.

Glad you solved the problem. :thumbsup:
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