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internet explore 6sp1 win98se can not do office 2000 updates?

Postby amFtaWU » Sun, 23 Apr 2006 00:22:01 GMT

after restoring my computer which has win 98 se i had to do a internet 
explore update of 6sp1 know i can not do the office 2000 updates gives me a 
message about active x install everything is ok with active x and also i can 
not download the latest macromedia flash player nor can i do the latest java 
update infact after doing java update i half to boot up in safe mode and 
unistall java then reboot everything is ok if i leave java on during boot up 
the computer just freezes at the log in screen pleas help or is this just 
part of microsoft trying to force out win 98 se ussers ?

Re: internet explore 6sp1 win98se can not do office 2000 updates?

Postby Tom [Pepper] Willett » Sun, 23 Apr 2006 08:01:12 GMT

Could you please try re posting using punctuation and sentences properly 
structured so people can read what you are asking?








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