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Internet explorer browser

Hi i have a rx3715 which I use for browsing. one of my main sites pops a message that I should use internet explorer5 or higher. how can I update my ipaq to enter this site? also some of the java applets do not come up.

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It's not the iPaq that has the problem. Some sites are just not PDA compatible. I'm sure the new windows mobile 2005 has better web compatibility but I don't know for sure. You can download a shockwave/flash player for windows mobile but I have not seen a java download yet.

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