IE 6 Won't Update and Not Visible On Program List

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julbox3134

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I'm not sure what is going on with my Internet Explorer. First of all, I have two visible desktop icons related to IE. One is the "blue e" that says launch internet explorer browser when I place the mouse pointer over it. The other just looks like some type of document that says MSN Explorer (2) when mouse pointer is placed on it. When I try to remove the program to reinstall from control panel, it isn't even on the list, nor is the repair tool. When I try to update it from the MSN Windows Update site, it downloads and updates to about 65% then quits. It says some of the components couldn't be installed. Can anyone help me out here?
 
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I'm not sure what is going on with my Internet Explorer. First of all, I have two visible desktop icons related to IE. One is the "blue e" that says launch internet explorer browser when I place the mouse pointer over it. The other just looks like some type of document that says MSN Explorer (2) when mouse pointer is placed on it. When I try to remove the program to reinstall from control panel, it isn't even on the list, nor is the repair tool. When I try to update it from the MSN Windows Update site, it downloads and updates to about 65% then quits. It says some of the components couldn't be installed. Can anyone help me out here?
 
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