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problems with Internet Explorer

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now i got my laptop to on 98 se fixxed and the disc surface scanning is done but it is highly damaged my Internet Explorer wont work problerbly.... i cant find find whats wrong with it but one thing i do know is that i cannot access my email acount at hotmail.com... when i post my userword and password and i have pressed login it does not login instead off it shows me an page that is .... just like when you type a worng www adress in the internet explorer typeline.... can anyone help me out?

if i can hack me access how do i do it then?
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Opera uses (rougly) half the resources Firefox does. I use Opera at school, but haven't gotten around to putting it on my home computers. Just check Task Manager under "Processes" for proof.

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Opera is kind of weird compared to Firefox.

While we're talking about internet browsers, I came across a stealth browser called Ghostzilla. It's interesting although I have no use for it.

As a matter of fact I am a Southern Boy although I'm ready to get out of Mississippi. I.T. is a dead end in Mississippi. I just have to ask, where's Brussel?

(Sorry, bad_brain for turning this into a chat thread)d

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hehe...np... :lol:

btw, when I´m looking for downloads for the site the Lynx-browser became my first choice on Linux, it´s functional and fast... :)

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Post by FrankB »

@PleXrod

I have experienced the same thing on a Windows machine with Win98, years ago. All i remember is that the IE problem was fixed after an IE upgrade to 6.0 or so. If it still doesn't work, well than what the others said : get Firefox :-P


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Quote by LaBlueGirl
Where are you planning on going if you aren't staying in Miss. anymore?
I don't know how I missed that question. Anyway, I'll probably be going down to Florida if the college situation works out. My dad's fiancee lives in Panama City and there's a Community College on par with the Junior College. I don't know about FSU (well, Florida State University Panama City, it's a satelite campus) if it's as strong as the University that's 30 minutes from where I live. Either way I'll be going to the one that has the stronger Software Engineering major. I want to do that for video game design, but I don't know if there's enough demand for video game programmers. Hope that answered your question (and a little more).

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