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OWA works on IE5 but not IE6????

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by DoTheDew, Jan 29, 2007.

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  1. DoTheDew

    DoTheDew Thread Starter

    Mar 20, 2004
    Hi All,
    I have a strange problem with OWA on my Mother-in-Law's computer. She tries to connect to an OWA account at her work and the web page begins to load and then goes blank except for the background colors. If the window its in is resized, the buttons appear, but if the mouse goes over anything, they vanish again. Sometimes it completly stops responding and locks up. I've unistalled IE6 and went back to IE5 and everything works, but the page is messed up. Java is updated and VM is updated. All the settings are the same between the two different versions. If I update to IE6, then everything is screwed up again. I downloaded Firefox to see if it would work with the OWA account and it works fine. The only problem is that M-I-L wants only IE. I haven't found ANY other web pages that screw up except the OWA. :confused:

    Her machine specs:
    Nforce1 Mainboard (onboard GeForce2 32mb graphics)
    512 MB mem
    AMD 1800+
    40 gig HD

    OS is Windows 98se
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