Some regular sites on my daughters laptop are dsiplaying overlapping text and missing boxes/colours, all in the 'interactive' areas.
That is using IE 6. I installed Firefox, and it is great, no problems. Now I want to fix IE6. I did a search for "ie.inf", followed through to do a repair, and I'm asked for the disc. That's fine - except her disc is SP1 - and the dialogue box wants SP2, which of course is installed but not on the disc.
Any alternative ways to proceed? Ideas gratefully received.
Yout first suggestion was what I tried B4 coming here. Now I have run scannow, watched the 'file protection' box, until the progress bar filled in, and it disappeared. So all Ok there I guess. But IE6 still a problem Firefox still fine. ??
VoG - tried IEFix as well, to no avail. I already copied i386 on to the hard drive, but it still wanted the disc with SP2. Anyway, it still ran, with several messages saying that the macjhines system was more up to date than the software source [CD or ie 386 folder]. That is actually a good thing. However, maybe I need to re-install IE 6, if so what is the best way. If I go to add/remove components I only find the desktop desktop, not the full programme.