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circusdeath

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Please help. One of the computer administrators whom I work with passed a beta copy of the new IE7 onto me and I tried to install it and while it was trying to install I got a failed to connect/connection denied error message and it tried to undo what it did. Well now my IE will not work properly at all. I've tried to do the force install stuff that I was able to find to re-inst IE6 and nothing has worked. I get a message that a newer version has been found. Basically my computer or the internet went into lock down and now I have no access to my IE options. It says the operation has been cancelled due to restrictions and that I need to contact my administrator. The thing is I am the administrator...the only one. Also the admininstrator whom I received my beta hand out from is no longer available as since friday is now stateside and I have no contact info. Please help. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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try loading a restore point from a date before you tried to install the new ie
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Tried that yesterday afternoon prior to leaving thinking the same thing and no luck. Still on lock down.
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