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IE6 crashes (on Win2k) every time search button is clicked in search engines

Posted on 2006-11-30
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Hi,

IE6 just stops responding when the search button is clicked in google or yahoo... it doesn't even appear on Task Manager, I close it by right clicking on IE in the toolbar and selecting close. I am not sure why it is not working. It's fully up to date with all critical updates for Win2k. I looked at the event viewer, however there is nothing about IE crashing either!

Please help!
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Sounds like your IE6 installation has become corrupted.

Download and Reinstall IE6 again, and this should take care of your problem.

http://www.carrz-fox-fire.com/a/IE6.zip
Good luck

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