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Thread: 2 Questions About Ie Errors

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    Ok, I haven't seen this error anywhere but in my sister's computer.

    The only user that logs there IS an admin, so that shouldn't be the issue. So here are the questions:

    1. Whenever I try opening IE in the computer, I get this:



    I can just click OK and it runs just fine - I have to do it with every window I open from there.


    2. On my yahoo mail, whenever I try to open/download an attachment, I ALWAYS get this error on her computer but not in mine:





    Thanks. I hope you guys can help me

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    That first one looks like it might be part of her virus scanner, or possibly some spyware program. If you Ctrl-Alt-Del when that message is up it might tell you if some other program is running.

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    Did ya sister use Autopatcher XP to install all the Microsoft updates?

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    Originally posted by Java Boy@2 February 2004 - 18:40
    Did ya sister use Autopatcher XP to install all the Microsoft updates?
    Negative, she barely uses the computer, however this problem started when I had just formatted the computer.

    I'm talking about the IE problem there.... the Yahoo I still don't know

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    The first pic is suppose to show on accounts with limited priviliges. If you run IE as administrator she or whoever sits on the computer can go and edit advanced options and stuff. Just make her administrator and that should fix it. So its allrite if you get that dialogue

    Ignore my post if she is already an admin.

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    The first allows you to run a program as a different user in case there is not sufficient privaleges to run it in the account currently logged on. You can generally right click any program and see the words "run as" and it will bring that up. I have never seen it pop up by itself though unless its been configured to in a group policy setting or snap in..

    you can go to administrative tools and under local security policy section you may be able to turn that off. under "User Rights Assignment" section.

    The second one I dont know

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    Originally posted by DWk@2 February 2004 - 17:23
    The only user that logs there IS an admin, so that shouldn't be the issue. So here are the questions:
    Hmmmm I meant this as SHE is an admin.

    I'm gonnta try that shn, thanks.

  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    For the first one, shn sound right.
    For the second, try Crypto Fix or Cryptology Fix (if it's XP) from this site.
    Jester2KFreeware

    To be honest, I don't think that's what it is. I think it can be fixed with a utility I have called WinSockFix

    Download it from the link below, I'm not gonna keep it there forever though.
    WinSockFix

    I had to make my own link because I don't remember where I got it. I also had to make a 7-zip self-extractor (file was a little big). Use it with care, but it hasn't let me down yet.


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  9. Software & Hardware   -   #9
    Xero, what&#39;s this WinSock ? what does it do ?

    thx

  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    It actually tells you, but it qualifies as a Winsock and TCP fixer.
    Sometimes when installing or uninstalling internet related programs, it can rid of several neccesary registry keys. This is a list of what it does to fix problems like that.

    The Winsockfix Utility will:
    1.) Detect your current Operating System
    2.) Release the IP address, taking you "Offline"
    3.) Reset the TCP stack using Netsh.exe (Windows XP only)
    4.) Delete the current Registry TCP and Winsock Values
    5.) Import new "Working" Registry Values
    6.) Backup any Current "Hosts" file
    7.) Replace the "Hosts" file with a default one
    8.) Reboot the Computer

    So if you edited your HOSTS file, BACK IT UP. I&#39;ve used this to fix a few internet related problems. The proggie tells ya how to do it manually, but it&#39;s a REAL PAIN IN THE ASS.
    This is just point and click.

    But since it does make changes to the registry, just use it with caution. But, I&#39;ve used it before, and it&#39;s never steered me wrong.

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