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hi guys, thanks for the great help a couple of weeks ago....it was greatly appreciated!!! but now it seems this [bleep] computer is experiencing yet another problem. I have a wireless connection and when i try to open a webpage i get the message, "page cannot be displayed"...my signal stregth is strong and i don't think this is the issue...I tried everything and when i ran dr.watson, i got the following log file...

application exception occured:
app: iexplore.exe (pid=1656)
when: 10/22/2004 @ 20:18:40.167
exceptionnumber : c0000fd (stack overflow)

thenthere is a list of a whole bunch of other jargon.....i am using a roommates computer to try to find a fix for this.....can anyone help???
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Hi Buds
I had exactly the same on my clien wireless pc----- when my ie went down i htought it was my settings or something an made the big mistake of playing with my registry to force an ip address instead of the Aip(automatic) internal one that kept showing--Now i have re-installed ie--and i have messed my registry up!! doh dint back ip--i need to some how reset registry--Sorry i cant help
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