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Solved: Using Previous internet explorer

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by EasyNow1, Sep 12, 2004.

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  1. EasyNow1

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    i went to the add/delete in the control panal to restore previous version, solving my dll problem and then up grading to 6.0, but i see that command box is graded out , whats the fix, thanks . . .
     
  2. dai

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    what operating system
     
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    win 98 v2, i am missing MSXML.DLL , what now, thanks
     
  4. dai

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    in the run box type
    sfc
    and press enter have your 98 cd ready if it asks for the disk it will probably reinstall it
     
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    this dll file is on my desk top umn, it has to dragged to the i/e 6.0 folder in order for i/e to use it correct? i assumed it would get to the correct folder, sfc didn t spot it -
    c ya, all i get now is " open with" went i click on it - bye
     
  6. brindle

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    The MSXML.DLL belongs in your C:\windows\system folder not in IE
     
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