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Internet Explorer and Hotmail

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by lawsonmorton, Feb 7, 2003.

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  1. lawsonmorton

    lawsonmorton Thread Starter

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    Can't get to sign into hotmail using internet explorer. It brings up other pages, but using netscape I can get into my hotmail. I am actually thinking it might be the settings on my internet explorer browser. Can anyone help? It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
     
  2. Marycie

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    Did you download from Netscape or Internet Exployer?
     
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    I don't use IE6 and if there is a repair option in Control Panel, you may consider using that. Open Control Panel and browse to your IE listing and hit delete, a window will open where you are presented 3 choices; choose repair and follow the directions. Good Luck.

    What bugs me is when I open IE(I use 5.50)and then hotmail to compose an email, the blank message window will "jump" once and then it stops and I can begin addressing my email. Sometimes I will start to address the email and I have to start over because the window is not fully loaded--apparently!!

    Lots of luck with your IE6 problem.

    PS Is your IE browser set as your default browser?

    WHOOPS, you didn't indicate which IE browser you use BUT the same repair option is available beginning with IE5.50, I think.
     
  4. lawsonmorton

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    i finally got around to trying that, but it did not work. I am going to try to install it from the xp cd, to see if that helps. thanks for the suggestion.
     
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