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Kirby6
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« on: September 28, 2004, 09:56:44 AM »

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Operating System Version: Win '98
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Error Messages: An error has ocurred in IE, IE will now close



I ran ad-aware one day and now I get this error message. I have a USB wireless adapter on this machine. I have used this machine in my wireless network to access the internet and it has work beautifully until the day I ran ad-aware , now I get the error message. I have unquarantined everything already, also. I have unplugged and plugged back in both the USB adapter and the SMC router. Any ideas how I can access the internet again on this machine?
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« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2004, 06:28:41 AM »

Get this computer working properly before connecting it to any Network.
Follow these instrcutions to re-install Internet Explorer.
Power up the computer and, after the self-test beep (during the memory count), press and HOLD a Control key (lower left corner of the keyboard). When the Startup Menu appears, choose Command Prompt Only.
Type
C:\Windows\Command\Edit
C:\Windows\System.ini
and press Enter. Revise the line beginning shell= to read shell=Explorer.exe, then press Alt, F, X, and Y.

Type Win and press Enter to verify Windows loads properly.
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