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What happens? They're just not "clickable" or you get an error? Were you able to navigate this site just fine?

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What happens is I click on it and it opens a new page or box, and then it never loads...

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I use mozilla browser and never have any trouble like most IE users!!!
www.mozilla.org/

I'll give it a try.... but, if someone could please help me with IE, that would be helpful.

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Have you noticed anything else funky going on in your computer? That started at around the same time as this? Perhaps new software installed/downloaded off of the 'net?

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yeah, when i load up my user name it says .dll error or something. And the guy who recommended mozilla, how do i change my homepage??????

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Drag the little icon beside the http:///www.??? ??? ?? shown at the top of your browser a hand will appear over the icon, drag it and drop it where it says HOME
But starting today I cannot right click paste a reply with mozilla here.......I dont know if its just me PM me if your able to ok

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Drag the little icon beside the http:///www.??? ??? ?? shown at the top of your browser a hand will appear over the icon, drag it and drop it where it says HOME
But starting today I cannot right click paste a reply with mozilla here.......I dont know if its just me PM me if your able to ok

Not a glitch in Mozilla !:)

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Not a glitch in Mozilla !:)

Dont wigg me out like that dude that wasnt funny.Man I have to start eating those CAPE COD chips to get on your level of thinking.!!!

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Hello maybe you should get back to the problem and don't talk about what browser you guys use.
Help Bill_Lumberg instead ^^

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Since this thread was dug up, I thought I'd comment also. I'm having a similar problem. None of the URL's (links) in any e-mail's from MSN hotmail work. The "print view" and "help" buttons on the tool bars also are inactive. Everything else appears normal. From a couple of postings way back (which I read two days ago), some said it might be the firewall. I use Norton's Personal Firewall and I disabled it to see if that corrected the problem. It did not. I use IE 6.0.2800.1106. I've run Spybot Search & Destroy, Ad-Aware, and a complete virus scan with Norton. Nothing turns up. IE works in every other way. Just dead links in the e-mails. (side bar ad links work OK)
Any ideas?

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Since this thread was dug up, I thought I'd comment also...

Erm- no. Actually, you should start a new thread of your own and post your question there. Please give as many specifics concerning the problem as possible when you do.


Thanks.

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