asked on 23rd Jun 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
Since you are unable to see the IE6 anymore, it is quite possible that the IE7 upgrade corrupted it. I will guide you through some steps here. You have not mentioned the Windows that you have but I guess it is Windows XP. Lets try a system restore so that you can go back to a date when all was working fine:
(a) To restore Windows XP to a previous restore point you need to open the System Restore Utility. To open the utility, go to your System Tools group under Accessories in your Programs menu. Then click on the System Restore icon.
(b) You should select the radio button that is labeled "Restore my computer to an earlier time", which is designated by the red box. When that is selected press the Next button.
(c) At this point you should select a restore point that you would like to restore. If a particular day has any restore points created on it the date will be in bold. You can then select the restore point by clicking once on its name.
(d) At this point you will prompted with a confirmation as to whether or not you want to continue. If you do want to continue, you should press the Next button again, otherwise press cancel. System restore will then shut down all open applications and reboot the computer.
If the above steps do not work for you, please refer to the link http://support.microsoft.com/kb/257249 for further guidelines as how to download and install IE6.
Here’s to Good Karma
asked on 27th Sep 2011 | 1 Answer
asked on 24th Aug 2011 | 1 Answer
asked on 23rd Sep 2011 | 1 Answer
Here's to Good Karma