Internet Explorer Issue

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Just Curious, Feb 24, 2004.

  1. Just Curious

    Just Curious Guest

    ..I am hoping someone in this group may have some info to help me.
    Seems when I enter certain web pages.I get an error message
    that states I need to install MS Virtual Machine in order to make the
    page work correctly.
    I am running Win 98SE and IE6 SP1. I am also using Anti Virus software
    and a firewall.
    I run Spybot Search and Destroy to keep the nasties out.
    This issue has just recently showed up. It seems to occur when
    I access pogo dot com and try to play an online game.
    All other web pages work just fine.
    I did notice something odd when looking at my System Information page.
    I did not see a listing for Internet Explorer in the folder tree on
    the left hand side of the page. I only see :
    Hardware Resources
    Components
    Software Environment
    I went looking on the net and found MS Virtual Machine
    I installed it and rebooted. The problem is still there.
    And still no listing in system info.
    Is there a possibility that the repair utility that comes with IE may
    fix this issue. I have not tried this yet.
    Any info would be greatly appreciated

    Just Curious
    Just Curious, Feb 24, 2004
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  2. Just Curious

    °Mike° Guest

    Try the repair option, and then visit Windows Update.


    On Tue, 24 Feb 2004 02:00:17 GMT, in
    <>
    Just Curious scrawled:

    >.I am hoping someone in this group may have some info to help me.
    >Seems when I enter certain web pages.I get an error message
    >that states I need to install MS Virtual Machine in order to make the
    >page work correctly.
    >I am running Win 98SE and IE6 SP1. I am also using Anti Virus software
    >and a firewall.
    >I run Spybot Search and Destroy to keep the nasties out.
    >This issue has just recently showed up. It seems to occur when
    >I access pogo dot com and try to play an online game.
    >All other web pages work just fine.
    >I did notice something odd when looking at my System Information page.
    >I did not see a listing for Internet Explorer in the folder tree on
    >the left hand side of the page. I only see :
    >Hardware Resources
    >Components
    >Software Environment
    >I went looking on the net and found MS Virtual Machine
    >I installed it and rebooted. The problem is still there.
    >And still no listing in system info.
    >Is there a possibility that the repair utility that comes with IE may
    >fix this issue. I have not tried this yet.
    >Any info would be greatly appreciated
    >
    >Just Curious
    >
    >


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    °Mike°, Feb 24, 2004
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  3. Just Curious

    Just Curious Guest

    Thanks...I'll try that......
    Thanks for the info.
    Just Curious

    On Tue, 24 Feb 2004 02:40:19 +0000, °Mike°
    <> wrote:

    >Try the repair option, and then visit Windows Update.
    >
    >
    >On Tue, 24 Feb 2004 02:00:17 GMT, in
    > <>
    > Just Curious scrawled:
    >
    >>.I am hoping someone in this group may have some info to help me.
    >>Seems when I enter certain web pages.I get an error message
    >>that states I need to install MS Virtual Machine in order to make the
    >>page work correctly.
    >>I am running Win 98SE and IE6 SP1. I am also using Anti Virus software
    >>and a firewall.
    >>I run Spybot Search and Destroy to keep the nasties out.
    >>This issue has just recently showed up. It seems to occur when
    >>I access pogo dot com and try to play an online game.
    >>All other web pages work just fine.
    >>I did notice something odd when looking at my System Information page.
    >>I did not see a listing for Internet Explorer in the folder tree on
    >>the left hand side of the page. I only see :
    >>Hardware Resources
    >>Components
    >>Software Environment
    >>I went looking on the net and found MS Virtual Machine
    >>I installed it and rebooted. The problem is still there.
    >>And still no listing in system info.
    >>Is there a possibility that the repair utility that comes with IE may
    >>fix this issue. I have not tried this yet.
    >>Any info would be greatly appreciated
    >>
    >>Just Curious
    >>
    >>
    Just Curious, Feb 24, 2004
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