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Da_C_Man

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Well, i dunno how or wat happened....but my internet explorer icon off the desktop is gone. The icon from the start menu and all that is gone to. It up and left adn vanished into thin air. The only way for me to access the internet is now to either click on a msn convo, and type it in thier, or to go into my spy sweeper and click on update program...can anyone help me?????????? :tazz:
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There is a setting, I beleive it's in the Start menu that lets you hide/unhide IE and My Computer. If My Computer is missing also that setting must have changed. I accidentally did it on my Dell and was as mystified as you until I found the setting. In other words, isn't XP fun!
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where is that located?
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try right clicking the start icon. then left click properties, click on customize. there should be a box to click on to get I.E. to show on start bar. then you can drag it to the desktop this works for XP Home

Edited by cgarlo, 13 September 2005 - 08:43 PM.

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YESSSSSSSSSSSSSs :tazz: :) :)

THANK U
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