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  1. irisheyes13

    irisheyes13 Thread Starter

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    I downloaded the new Microsoft SP pack and now many of my programs will not open.

    When I am in outlook express..........if I click on an icon or link in a email recieved, nothing happens.

    None of these problems happened before I did the update..........which was approximately 2 weeks ago.


    SOMEBODY PLEASE HELP ME!!!


    THANKS,
    IRISHEYES :eek:
     
  2. xgerryx

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    Do This:
    Open Outlook Express 6.0.
    Click Tools, Options, Security tab.
    Uncheck:
    "Do not allow attachments to be saved or opened that could potentially be a virus".
    Uncheck:
    "Block images and other external content in HTML email"
    Click Apply
    Click OK.
     
  3. irisheyes13

    irisheyes13 Thread Starter

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    DID EXACTLY AS TOLD..................

    DID NOT WORK.

    ALSO.........ANY SOLUTION TO WHY MY MICROSOFT WORD PROCESSOR AND MAY OTHER PROGRAMS WILL NO LONGER OPEN.

    WHEN I CLICK TO OPEN THEM, A BOX POPS UP THAT SAYS

    windows is searching for WKSWP.EXE. to locate the file yourself, click browse.

    Also, any documents that were produced and saved through word processor no longer open, even though they were saved in my documents.

    PLEASE HELP!!
    THANK YOU KINDLY,
    IRISHEYES :confused:
     
  4. irisheyes13

    irisheyes13 Thread Starter

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    help!!!!!!1111
     
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