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internet explorer shortcuts


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lucien

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well i sorta deleted some things for internet explorer and well i cant use it anymore unless i use msn messenger and check my email and then just type the link or do the same with windows uptade. i cant use firefox for certain things so i want to use internet explorer and i cant download the installer can anyone help ?
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Goto "C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe" and R-click on it choose Copy to desktop.
A new shortcut will be made on your desktop.
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but the thing is in the "internet explorer" folder there is no application for internet explorer but i can still run it from MSN and windows update :tazz:
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Internet Explorer

If you have the XP CD click start then control panel then add / remove then add or remove windows components and remove the tick from internet explorer then press next and ok etc, then go back there and replace the tick and press next and ok.

Or you can remove the tick and then click the link to download IE6
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