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TinaWinter





PostPosted: Tue May 30 16:20:54 CDT 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> Blank pages

Using IE6 I had problems with getting blank pages, R clicking and properties
showed that the site was there but would not show or set up. I tried to fix
by deleting temp files/cookies etc but to no avail. I have upgfaded to IR7
beta but the problem persists. I jhave checked and IE help to no avail and I
do not get any error messages, any ideas?

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Frank





PostPosted: Tue May 30 16:20:54 CDT 2006 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> Blank pages

> Using IE6 I had problems with getting blank pages, R clicking and
> properties
> showed that the site was there but would not show or set up. I tried to
> fix
> by deleting temp files/cookies etc but to no avail. I have upgfaded to IR7
> beta but the problem persists. I jhave checked and IE help to no avail
> and I
> do not get any error messages, any ideas?

From http://www.fjsmjs.com/OE/nolinks.htm

1. Click Start, and then click Run.

2. In the Open box, type:

regsvr32 urlmon.dll

3. Click OK, and then click OK again when you receive the following message:

DllRegisterServer in urlmon.dll succeeded.


4. If that doesn't fix it, see this article:

http://inetexplorer.mvps.org/answers/26.html

5. If you are using WinXP try this:
http://www.mvps.org/sramesh2k/reg/IE_Default_Browser.reg

6. See Internet Explorer 6.0 Service Pack 1 may display a blank Web page
after you select Auto-Select encoding
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/870863

You can also try this:

Go to Start/run, and type SFC (msconfig for WinXP).
Choose 'Extract One File From Installation Disk' ("Expand File" for WinXP).
Type oleaut32.dll, not worrying about its location. Then, click Start.

Next to 'Restore From', type in or browse for the file's location, which is
probably in the Win98 (i386 for WinXP) folder of your installation CD-ROM
(typically D:\Win98), or in your Windows\Options\Cabs (Windows\i386 for
WinXP) folder, as the case may be.

Then, next to 'Save File In', enter C:\Windows\System (C:\Windows\System32
for WinXP), and click OK. System File Checker (or msconfig) looks for the
file, saves it as you requested, and then tells you that 'the file has been
successfully extracted'.

You may need to reboot.

--
Frank Saunders, MS-MVP OE/WM
"Anyone who prefers security over freedom deserves neither."