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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by noterom, Feb 2, 2007.

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  1. noterom

    noterom Thread Starter

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    hi, having a few little problems with my i,e6 on my win 98 s.e.have tried repair and
    have tried to reinstall but message says a file is missing,how do i uninstall it and then
    install a new version i know i cannot get i.e 7 on win 98,any help appreciated i am not
    very computer literate so please make it simple.

    noterom
     
  2. Blackmirror

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    have you tried uninstalling IE from add remove windows components
     
  3. noterom

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    hi, just done that and it said did i want to go to the previous version ,i said yes,
    now i have an icon on my desktop IE DETECT DLL, which i cannot get rid of.
    noterom
     
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    I have it too. In my case problem was antivirus program, after it was removed everything was ok. Try to repare IE6 first START-PROGRAMS-ACCESSORIES-SYSTEM TOOLS-SYSTEM INFORMATION-TOOLS-INTERNET EXPLORER REPAIR TOOL
     
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