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STILL need HELP with "view source"

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by janragan, Sep 26, 2003.

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  1. janragan

    janragan Thread Starter

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    Hi,
    I need some advice on a possible fix for my "view source" function. It isn't cache, have downloaded SP1 patch again... nothing has helped. When I click view/source all I get is a fleeting hourglass...then nothing...
    Thanks,
    Jan
     
  2. Mithrilhall

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    I take it you're talking about that horrible browser called Internet Explorer?

    Have you tried downloading IE again and seeing if it offers a repair option?

    You could also try going to the control panel and Add/Remove Windows Components and remove it (make sure you downloaded IE before you remove it).

    Another step you could try is Start-->Run-->cmd

    sfc /scannow

    You'll need your Windows CD in the drive for the above command.
     
  3. janragan

    janragan Thread Starter

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    Thanks...beong computer "handicapped" ... what does the latter do? I have IE6 on disk from my ISP helpdesk. Would an "install over" do any good? I went to add/remove and it asked if I wanted to "fix" IE...clicked yes...did no good.
    Thanks,
    Jan
     
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