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Zan

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I have to use IE to access my Multi Listing service. For some reason when I click a link that is supposed to open in a new window the hour glass appears and nothing happens. I've fixed this before after a day of searching. Like an idiot I didn't write it down and don't remember how. Suggestions would be great. I've already dumped and reinstalled IE6 and done the necessary patches and upgrades. Didn't help.
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if you right click and say "open in new window" what happens?
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The same thing, a new window pops up, whatever graphics that are on the screen are in the window portion, like it's transparent and it just 'hangs'.
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have you tried installing firefox? that would help us decide if its a browser issue or an os issue.

... oh and before I forget what is your os version? you can go to start run and type in "winver" to get the answer. I need to know if you have installed service pack to for windows xp.
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