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Error while loading ASP page in IMAC

Posted on 2001-08-17
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One of my client has the following problem...

 He is able to load and login in to my website but after that he gets a 'no such device or address' error in his browser. Iam new to IMAC and to be frank i have never worked in it.

 Iam not able to identify the reason for this as no other clients have reported this error.

  Kindly help me on this.

Thank u in advance
Arvind T.N

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What browser is he using? What OS version?
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Browser used is Internet Explorer 5.0

Mac OS version 8.5.1

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Update to system 9.1, and reinstall IE. IE likes to install gads of DLL files and if youre missing one it will cause problems.
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