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IE 6 not saving files

Postby Jaroslav Hartig » Mon, 24 Jan 2005 20:39:40 GMT

Hi All,
Ie 6 on XP SP1 is giving me hard time. browsing works fine, but whenever I 
click on Save as it displays a message: "Ie cannot find a server". Does any 
one of you knows where could be a problem?
Thanks a lot
Jaroslav 



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I'm having a problme that IE 6.0 could not open/save files 
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(Response Status)	HTTP/1.1 200 OK
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