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Dear experts,
   I'm working on Windows NT 4.0. I istalled both IE 3.0 and NS 4.0.
   Today, unfortunately I uninstelled IE and I've received a very bad result :
   - When I surf pages by NS, all web pages are normally, except Microsoft's pages.
   After I type www.microsoft.com, it spend a lot of time ( much more than before),
   but at last I have only images, without all of characters.
   - When I type www.microsoft.com.ie , I have the same problem. I cannot see
   anything in the home page of IE so I cannot download IE.
   I don't know why and how can I correct the problem. Could you help me ?
Thanks
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That's microsoft for ya! They use ie-optimized content, so NS has a hard time figuring it all out, and fails obviously...

I surfed to the site, and added the link below. MS suggests to choose "Run this program from its current location"
http://mssjus.www.conxion.com/msdownload/ie401/sp1/x86/en/cab/ie4setup.exe

Good luck...

(something mentioned about saving first, but staying connected to the internet may also work

I chose the IE4.01 with SP1, english edition

You might want to buy a computer magazine with cover CD. Those usually have IE4 on them, which is much easier...

Kind regards,
Simon

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