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On the Fujitsu C 352 laptop that is several years old; it has win98 (not second edition) installed. I installed win XP pro and it did not work well because the computer is just not big enough to handle the XP program. I uninstalled XP and the XP program reinstalled Win 98 again. Now, when it dials up the isp either foxinternet or Juno, it connects and displays the connection in the task bar. The browser opens, Netscape, IE and Juno and it says it is connecting to the IRL. However it times out and will not open the page. If I open Norton and use the liveupdate feature, it will connect and download any updates. Likewise, in the Juno program, I asked the program to update the phone list and it called the 1 800 number and completed the update. Your thoughts please. I have now performed a defrag on it and when I went on line, the irl did load and worked for about two minutes and again says either resolving or loading without success.....wes
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One thing you can do is use another computer to go to the Microsoft download site and download the installer for IE6 SP1 to a floppy, it's about 480kb, and run it on your machine to reinstall IE.

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