Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3 Full Version OEM for PC
Want to install free viewer in my Windows 7, Internet Explorer 11.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to look in windows explorer. Press the windows key and E simultaneously. (has picture of flying windows on it) You should find c:\windows\system32 directory.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
SOURCE: Webpage error details
It would have been added to black-listed or restricted website in Internet Explorer Content Advisor by some user in your computer.
· Some malicious software programs would have been installed on your computer.
· Your computer might not have the latest version of Flash player, Shockwave player and Java Runtime installed on your computer.
I would suggest you to follow the troubleshooting steps below to help resolve your issue.
Step 1: -
· Download and install Microsoft Windows Malicious Software to remove any unwanted malware program from your computer, please see the link below to download it.
· See this link for more description about Windows Malicious program removal tool - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/890830
· Download and install latest version of Java Runtime Environment, Flash player and Shockwave player.
Step 2: -
Perform resetting Internet Explorer 8 settings to default will reset Internet Explorer as it was first installed on your computer. Please see the link below,
Reset Internet Explorer 8 settings
Note: - Resetting Internet Explorer 8 will delete all the stored passwords and history.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
few things to try and troubleshoot
1. get firefox installed and try to see if the same problem takes place when using firefox, use another computer when problem appears and to test if the website is down.
2. have you tried clearing internet cache, go into internet explorer's tools, go to options and delete temp files, cookies, form data and other items and attempt to try again.
3. do you have any applications installed that monitors your webbrosing from security reasons? try to check the configuration of such application and test accordingly (check antivirus suite or other web monitors you have installed).
4. some viruses and other malware may hijack your browser, installed, update and run deep scans, this step takes time and it takes more than one tool to get this completed.
if you need more details feel free to post back with your findings!
Posted on May 06, 2010
Have any toolbars or new sofware been added recently? If so and you are using Win XP you may want to try a system restore to a previous point before the changes were made or uninstall the toolbars completely. Also disabled all Pop-Up blockers to see if that has any effect.clean up ur registry using reginout
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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