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New connection wizard problem (w98se)

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by scanner, Jan 8, 2003.

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  1. scanner

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    I've upgraded IE to 6.0. Just after a clean install of w98se, but my new connection wiz do not work. when I want to make a new connection by using the connection wizard, I get a popup that says:Failed to load the connection wizard helper component! I don't know if the IE upgrade was\is the problem , but I need the new connection wiz, how do I get it back? Help is appreciated, thank you:( :)
     
  2. scanner

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    I still can't make a new connection, is there a way to figure this out? In this great forum there must be someone that knows about this problem with IE 6 upgrade need some help thanks..
     
  3. pyritechips

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    Hello!

    The first thing you can try is:

    1) Go to your control panel.
    2) Doubleclick add/remove programs.
    3) Find and highlight Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.
    4) Click add/remove...
    5) Select "Repair Internet Explorer".

    Follow the instructions then reboot.
     
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  5. scanner

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    the connection wizard problem is now resolved, thank you for the support!
     
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