Try a repair click here
I gave the 3rd option a try but it threw up "Error loading setupwbv.dll The specified module could not be found"What do I do?
Try a reinstall perhaps...
Presumably you don't have an XP CD to try options 1 and 2?
Not having much luck with this.I tried option 2 and it said that I needed "IEXPLORE.EXE" from the CD - but it isn't on the CD!I have a Dell PC that came with XP installed.
Try Option 1, assuming that Dell provided you with an XP CD.If not, try installing IE from a cover disk.
Try running IE6 Setup from a Magazine CD. Choose the Custom Setup
It sounds to me as if a popup-stopper is running.Try holding down your Control key or possibly your Shift key as you click on the shortcut.I have just reread your posting and may have got hold of the wrong end of the stick, however it still sounds as if a program is over-riding the Java script and causing an error, maybe a firewall.
As often happens, wait a day and try again. Repair worked. Many thanks for the help.
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