I have ie6 on the isp cd, but get the same errors every time I tried to run it from the disk. Figured it was a problem with the cd. Thought I could fix it with an update download from the internet, but, well, you know that story...........
... and the imagehlp.dll file -- was that the java file?
Should I try to reinstall again from the CD?
unable to install Java package from c:\windows\system\dajava.cab.
this is what I was saying before about the .dll
Unable to install Java Packages from c:\windows\Dajava.cab
Access is denied.
These error messages can occur for any of the following reasons: There is a copy of the Imagehlp.dll file in the Windows folder. Internet Explorer installs an updated copy of the Imagehlp.dll file in the Windows\System or Winnt\System32 folder.
You are trying to install Internet Explorer 4.0 over a pre-released version of Internet Explorer 4.0 that includes the Microsoft virtual machine (Microsoft VM).
There is an invalid certificate on the hard disk when you install Internet Explorer 4.0.
The Active Content security options are disabled in Internet Explorer 3.02 before you upgrade to Internet Explorer 4.0.
Rename the Imagehlp.dll File in the Windows Folder
For information about how to rename a file, click Start, click Help, click the Index tab, type "renaming" (without quotation marks), and then double- click the "Renaming files" topic.
NOTE: You must reinstall Internet Explorer 4.0 after you rename the Imagehlp.dll file. Java
I know it says IE 4 & 3 but when you read the article it also applies to 5.5
Which you had before you tried 6.
We can take a gamble on replacing your registry with the old one.