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NT4.0, IE5.01, Office 2000 SR-1 Download Broken

Posted on 2000-04-20
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Since installing the MS SR-1 "upgrade" to Office 2000, I can no longer download any file from the net in IE5. Error received is usually "Cannot Display this Page".  NT4.0, SP6a, IE5.01.  MS Web site is no help, I have searched till my fingers are raw. Ideas???  I have seen referances to this on several e-newletters but no links to a fix.
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Is HTTP 1.1 enabled in IE tools / interet options / advanced ?
This is the only version that properly supports HTML push/pull.
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Since this is NT you should have the reqd rights to download.

Also chweck if HTTP1.1 is enabled as already commented.Also I think some files are conflicting between the service packs offered that may not be compatible with the IE5 which came much earlier than SR1
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Seems to have helped, thanks for the tip!
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