2 problems--WIN98SE, IE 6.0, Acrobat

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mhomes

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I have 2 problems:

1. When I first logged on this morning, I got a critical updates message and, after updating, was told to restart. Trend Micro also had updates and needed to restart. After re-starting, now IE encounters problems and has to shut down. Could it be something to do with the updates? Should I try restoring the registry? It has been awhile since I had to do that so if so, could someone walk me through the steps, please? Do I do it in DOS?

2. When I open a PDF file on the web, view it, and then close it, my IE does the same thing as in #1 and shuts down all the IE windows that I may have open. I have looked for an Adobe Acrobat update but can't even get on their website.

Any help would be appreciated! I do school on-line with my children so I NEED my internet! Thanks!

mhomes
 

flavallee

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Have you upgraded to the most current version of Internet Explorer(which is 6.0 SP1) and Adobe Acrobat Reader(which is 6.0.3)?

I had 3 critical updates to install this morning in Windows 98SE. Everything seems to be working okay.
 

mhomes

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Thanks! I was able to update and upgrade after I restored. Seems to be working fine now! God Bless!

mhomes
 
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Mhomes.. you've been busy since we last chatted :D

Was just passing thru and thought I'd give a wave!

- Z
 
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