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internet explorer 8 not fully installing windows xp sp2

Posted on 2011-03-13
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I have a genuine win xp home edition and on installation of ie8 the icons for ie8 doesn't get install on start menu  or on desktop and not even in program files. The order in which I have installated is sp3 then ie8. Please let me know what the problem could be?
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Open the Control Panel then Add/Remove Programs. Click the Add/Remove Windows Components and make sure Internet Explorer is selected.
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