Question about Computers & Internet
OK, first, since this is happening within your browser, I will assume you have broken something within it.. you may need to repair IE (if this is what you are using for your browser).
I suggest that you first reset it back to its default configuration..
Open IE > Tools > Internet Options > Advanced tab > Reset button on bottom (read the warning first so you know what you are going to loose)
If this does not work then try running a utiltiy called IEFix.exe, a general purpose repair utility for Internet Explorer which repairs Internet Explorer by registering it's core DLL files and reinstalls using the IE.INF file. you may have to download it from another system, and transfer it to your problem computer.
A friend of mine has it available on his site, since my website is now down for end of year repairs:
Let me know if this resovles the issue!
and have a Safe and Happy New Year!
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
Try downloading a file and save it somewere else then you desktop..P.S What O.S are you running?
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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