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IE 6 Address Bar problem

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I have a problem with IE 6 (Windows XP). When I open a browser window, everything is fine at first. However, eventually, the address bar will become corrupt - I am unable to type anything into it. Usually, a colorful collage of pieces of my desktop background or who knows what will appear in the address bar instead. The page is not frozen however - I can hit the back button, check out my history...and when I open a new browser window and the new address bar works fine...although eventually, the new window COULD also become corrupted. They don't ALWAYS corrupt...but inevitably, if I have a few windows open, 1 or more will become corrupted. Any suggestions? I haven't been able to find this problem elsewhere.
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