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Posted on 2001-07-09
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I am not 100% certain my problem is MS 2K related. I have encountered this problem since upgrading to 2K. Whenever I click on a link that opens another browser window the window is always empty. If, however I click on a link that opens in the existing browser window it opens fine. I never had this problem with WIN95 using IE 5.5 browser.

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Somebody else is having a similar problem but the OS they have is ME. You might check it out anyway maybe something there might help you. :>)
http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=browsers&qid=20146589
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I loaded Netscape 4.7 on my hard drive and it seems to work perfectly. Therefore, the problem lies in IE 5.5. Once again Microsoft produces an inferior product for the comsumers
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I loaded Netscape 4.7 on my hard drive and it seems to work perfectly. Therefore, the problem lies in IE 5.5. Once again Microsoft produces an inferior product for the comsumers
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