I think u delete some windows files or u install some other version of internet explorer and u remove it after that thets why it created a problem ..NO problem if u know how to restore a window then restore it else just goto to star menu and click on explorer i am sure it will open but after restoring window...
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404 just means that the browser cannot get the web page you requested, so either you are asking for a page that does not exist or you have no Internet connection. First thing to figure out is if you have a working Internet connection. If you enter google.com do you get there? If no, then you need to investigate why your Internet connection is not working. If yes, then you need to look at your browser settings to see what your home page is set to (the browser automatically requests the "home page" when you start it).
sounds like your only connected to the router and the router is not connected to the internet
check conections and status lights on the modem and router
try to connect with a wired connection
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I have experienced the problem on several system both XP and Vista with IE8, there definately seems to be a bug with it. I removed it. On Vista, I couldn't even go to add/remove programs. I downloaded a tool from MS to remove it. You can access the tool here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/957700
Remove it, don't waste more time and effort. Wait until Microsoft addresses issues with IE8. Good luck! Let me know how you all make out.
click on File at the top of the screen make sure it's not checked work offline.
Also make sure you have valid shortcuts of actual websites on your desktops and not copies of those same webpages, the difference is that when you click on a copied webpage it will almost always open up as an "offline" web page. When you click on an actual shortcut icon of a website it will open up and go to the website, however you still need to ensure that "work offline" is not checked.
Also update your internet explorer.
Another thing you can do is, open up a program that you know will pull up a webpage and try it that way. A final thing you can do is go under the Internet Explorer folder in the Programs folder under your hard drive and click on the Internet Ex icon there.
Once you open up your browser go to the tools setting then once thats open go to internet options when that opens you will see a place where you can type in your new home page.erase everything in there and type www.google.com and at the bottom of the page there will be an APPLY button,click that then click OK.
Hey there chilli- Nope, you don't need any key that I know of. Need to have a little more info just so we are on the same page. You said that you took out every screw on the back. What part of the system are you trying to get into? Are you talking about the back (down below the screen) or are you talking about the bottom? Ron-