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Internet Explorer Content is not enable...?

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  • WayneFixya
    WayneFixya Jul 05, 2008

    Content is not enable.

  • WayneFixya
    WayneFixya Jul 06, 2008

    Yes, I've tried that and I'm still having problems. My backup system Carbonite, as well as others sites are being blocked. can't seem to access the Internet.



    Any suggesting would be greatly appreciated.



    Thanks.

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Ok.

Go to internet options, select delete under browsing history, press delete all.

exit explorer and restart.

Posted on Jul 05, 2008

  • Tim Babcock
    Tim Babcock Jul 06, 2008

    Shut the computer off. Wait 30 seconds. Turn the power on. while the computer starts to boot up, press and hold the f8 button to put windows into safe mode. When the menu appears, select the option safe mode with networking by using the up and down arrows on the keyboard and press enter.



    Once windows appears press internet expolorer and type in a few web addresses and then exit explorer and restart the computer the normal way.



    If that doesn't work rerun the connection wizzard in explorer again.



    Do have any content filtering software on your machine turned on from McAffee or Norton?



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