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Http Hangs Pages Won't Open

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by smittyes, Jan 21, 2002.

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  1. smittyes

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    HELLO. NEED HELP. WHEN I OPEN MAIL IN OUTLOOK EXPRESS, YAHOO, OR ANY OTHER MAIL PAGE, THE WORLD STILL SPINS BUT I CAN NOT OPEN THE HTTP OR WWW ADDRESSES (LINKS?). IN THE YAHOO! HOME PAGE, I CANNOT OPEN ANY OTHER PAGE WITHIN THEIR SITE. IT SEEMS TO TRY TO OPEN THE NEW LINK, BUT HANGS. A DOUBLE WINDOW IS CREATED, BUT WILL NOT TAKE ME ANYWHERE. I HAVE WINDOWS 98, AND INTERNET EXPLORER 6.0, AND HAVE A DSL LINE. I CAN BE CONTACTED AT [email protected], BUT I WON'T BE ABLE TO CONNECT TO ANY HTTP OR WWW LINKS. I CAN CUT AND PASTE, BUT IT TAKES SO LONG. ELLEN
     
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  3. annieskid

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    I'm sure it's something simple within the settings somewhere, but I've read the other letters on this problem, reset reb settings in Internet options and tried to enter regsur/iurlmon.dll and my computer says it ain't here. I can get online without a hitch, but links do nothing when clicked on, driving me crazy when I check email. I tried going to the Microsoft support link within this site but it won't go there. The address will not move to the address bar and goes nowhere. Windows Me, IE updated last week, Microsoft updated last week, but still bugging me to update, Pentium 386 I think, possibly updated to Me from 95.
     
  4. annieskid

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    Probably should post my email since I can't click on links
    [email protected] or hotmail.com. Neither addres lets me do anything more than read mail.
     
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