trying to open a website_keep getting error

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size05

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This is strange. I'm trying to look up info online about a folder I found in my windows directory, NU_DATA -- I only find 2 websites relating to my search which was windows ME Nu_Data. BUT, I'm trying to open either of the two, both are at www.msdn.com, but here's the one's direct website LINK

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/w98ddk/hh/w98ddk/storage_5xm9.asp

NOW, when I click on either of the two, I get an error as follows, IE closes (doesn't connect) and automatically reopens to my default SEARCH engine/homepage ??? I can't get there, but this only happens at this site. Why? Anyone know what is happening here or why I can't view these pages. Here's the error:

Microsoft Internet Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience. (this is a send error report error) BUT again, only happens when trying to connect to two different sites at msdn.com (the one noted above... exactly where I needed to go to see the info found on NU_DATA)

Then I hit send error report, and it closes out and restarts IE. This happens even when I don't send report.

Error signature (details) is iexplore.exe, appver 6.0, modname: unknown modversion: 0.0.0.0 offset: 0066063e
Not sure that's needed to answer my question here. I just never had this happen trying to connect to any other website before.

Thanks.
 

flavallee

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I clicked on your link and it says:

Location cannot be found

If it's the only site that you can't access, I wouldn't worry about it.
 
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