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bri@aol.com
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      07-08-2004
I have Pop-Down installed. It blocks pop ups. I have been using it for a year or two. Recently I had a virus and had
to reinstall windows. I formatted the hard drive and reinstalled everything, including pop down. For some reason when
I attempt to open a internet link in a new window, it pauses for a couple of seconds, then opens a new window displaying
the home page, but it will not open the selected link. If I turn off pop down it will open the link in a new window. I
have pop down installed on two other computers I use daily and neither of them exhibit this behaviour. I've attempted
to use the regsvr32 urlmon.dll command to repair the problem, with no success. The command works - but the problem
remains. I've attempted to also register shdocvw.dll, msjava.dll, actxprxy.dll oleaut32.dll, mshtml.dll, and
browseui.dll. I receive error messages with those and once I've done them, I can't open in a new window at all. I'm
having this trouble with both IE 5.5 & IE 6. I've tried to find another popup blocker that works as well and as easily
and is free with no luck...Any suggestions?

bri

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      07-09-2004
Use Google http://toolbar.google.com/

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news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> I have Pop-Down installed. It blocks pop ups. I have been using it for a

year or two. Recently I had a virus and had
> to reinstall windows. I formatted the hard drive and reinstalled

everything, including pop down. For some reason when
> I attempt to open a internet link in a new window, it pauses for a couple

of seconds, then opens a new window displaying
> the home page, but it will not open the selected link. If I turn off pop

down it will open the link in a new window. I
> have pop down installed on two other computers I use daily and neither of

them exhibit this behaviour. I've attempted
> to use the regsvr32 urlmon.dll command to repair the problem, with no

success. The command works - but the problem
> remains. I've attempted to also register shdocvw.dll, msjava.dll,

actxprxy.dll oleaut32.dll, mshtml.dll, and
> browseui.dll. I receive error messages with those and once I've done

them, I can't open in a new window at all. I'm
> having this trouble with both IE 5.5 & IE 6. I've tried to find another

popup blocker that works as well and as easily
> and is free with no luck...Any suggestions?
>
> bri
>
> Please respond by post or if by email, please respond to

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      07-09-2004
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How to Reinstall or Repair Internet Explorer and Outlook
Express in Windows XP
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=318378

Alternative popup blocker is the Google toolbar, but
don't use the advanced features.
http://toolbar.google.com/


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>I have Pop-Down installed. It blocks pop ups. I have been using it for a year or two. Recently I had a virus and had
>to reinstall windows. I formatted the hard drive and reinstalled everything, including pop down. For some reason when
>I attempt to open a internet link in a new window, it pauses for a couple of seconds, then opens a new window displaying
>the home page, but it will not open the selected link. If I turn off pop down it will open the link in a new window. I
>have pop down installed on two other computers I use daily and neither of them exhibit this behaviour. I've attempted
>to use the regsvr32 urlmon.dll command to repair the problem, with no success. The command works - but the problem
>remains. I've attempted to also register shdocvw.dll, msjava.dll, actxprxy.dll oleaut32.dll, mshtml.dll, and
>browseui.dll. I receive error messages with those and once I've done them, I can't open in a new window at all. I'm
>having this trouble with both IE 5.5 & IE 6. I've tried to find another popup blocker that works as well and as easily
>and is free with no luck...Any suggestions?
>
>bri
>
>Please respond by post or if by email, please respond to (E-Mail Removed) removing the capital letters
>from the address.


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bri@aol.com
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      07-15-2004
Gave it a try. It didn't take care of everything - I still had things pop up that were blocked with my previous blocker
and expanded the size of workspace. Thanks for the suggestion though.

bri


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>Use Google http://toolbar.google.com/


 
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bri@aol.com
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      07-15-2004
Thanks for the reply. My apologies for not stating I'm using Windows 98. I tried the reinstall and repair to no avail.
Gave the google toolbar without advanced features a try. It didn't take care of everything - I still had things pop up
that were blocked with my previous blocker and expanded the size of workspace. Thanks for the suggestion though.

bri


On Fri, 09 Jul 2004 01:11:48 +0100, °Mike° <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>Please set your line wrap to 72 characters for newsgroups.
>
>How to Reinstall or Repair Internet Explorer and Outlook
>Express in Windows XP
>http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=318378
>
>Alternative popup blocker is the Google toolbar, but
>don't use the advanced features.
>http://toolbar.google.com/
>
>
>On Thu, 08 Jul 2004 19:59:33 -0400, in
> <(E-Mail Removed)>
> (E-Mail Removed) scrawled:
>
>>I have Pop-Down installed. It blocks pop ups. I have been using it for a year or two. Recently I had a virus and had
>>to reinstall windows. I formatted the hard drive and reinstalled everything, including pop down. For some reason when
>>I attempt to open a internet link in a new window, it pauses for a couple of seconds, then opens a new window displaying
>>the home page, but it will not open the selected link. If I turn off pop down it will open the link in a new window. I
>>have pop down installed on two other computers I use daily and neither of them exhibit this behaviour. I've attempted
>>to use the regsvr32 urlmon.dll command to repair the problem, with no success. The command works - but the problem
>>remains. I've attempted to also register shdocvw.dll, msjava.dll, actxprxy.dll oleaut32.dll, mshtml.dll, and
>>browseui.dll. I receive error messages with those and once I've done them, I can't open in a new window at all. I'm
>>having this trouble with both IE 5.5 & IE 6. I've tried to find another popup blocker that works as well and as easily
>>and is free with no luck...Any suggestions?
>>
>>bri
>>
>>Please respond by post or if by email, please respond to (E-Mail Removed) removing the capital letters
>>from the address.


 
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