enable2.VXD module

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HTJ

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First problem. On boot up my Windows 98SE displays this msg; "Accessibility error can't load enable2.VXD module". After clicking okay Windows finishes loading.
Second problem. When on IE 6. if I click on a link to another page from the page I'm on the system hangs. If I go to the Close Program screen (ctrl+alt+delete) it shows the linking page as not responding. I've lost my ability to surf the net... :confused:
 

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go to START | SETTINGS | CONTROL PANEL | ADD/REMOVE PROGRAMS | WINDOWS SETUP, uncheck Accessibility if it is checked, click OK, and reboot. Go back to the same place, recheck Accessibility so that it is white and checked, click OK, and reboot.

If this does not resolve the problem, go to START | RUN and in the Open window type "SYSTEM.INI" (without the quotes) and click OK. Find the following entry:

DEVICE=* ENABLE

Change this entry to include a semicolon at the beginning of the line. It should appear as the following:

;DEVICE=* ENABLE

Click FILE | SAVE, then close that window. Restart the computer for the changes to take effect.
 

HTJ

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Thanx so much. Problem # 1 is fixed.
Problem #2 still affecting my system (I.E. 6, with s.p. 1). I'm unable to surf.
When on one page and trying to hyperlink to another, a window opens which
looks like a ghost window (transparent with just the borders showing), after a
couple of minutes when I click on it I get the Windows default sound for no luck Chuck. When I check the close program screen the 'ghost' page is showing 'not responding'. I've removed/disabled my popup stopper and firewall, which has made no difference. I'm thinking of re-installing my
I.E. but not sure of the best way to do this. Any tips or ideas Guru's?
 

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Repair the Internet Explorer:

Go to Start, Programs, Accessories, System Tools, System Information. Select Tools from the Menu, then the Internet Explorer Repair Tool. Follow instructions on screen to repair the Explorer.

If the issue continues, download and run HijackThis and post the log.

http://dotcomsecurity.org/

Best of luck!
 
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