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AFRICABIZ VOL 1 - ISSUE : 33
JANUARY 15 - FEBRUARY 14, 2002
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- SOMETIMES INTERNET EXPLORER 6.0 MAY BEHAVE WEIRDLY AND EVEN STOP LOADING

I have few weeks ago upgraded (on my Windows 98 system) from Internet Explorer Version 5.5 to Version 6 in order to take full benefit of Microsoft MSN website.

Some day ago during a very important business conference call using CogniConference facility the browser freezed and spoiled the conference session. After a period which seems to last for ever a Windows Alert screen pops up stating the following: "Microsoft Internet Explorer had encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience and so on." At the bottom of the panel two buttons shine: "Send Error Report" and "Don't Send".

Needless to say that I was furious to have my conference call disrupted. I pressed upon Don't send and IE restarts again.

Few days latter, as soon as I punched the quick launch IE logo in the system tray, the infamous Alert Panel pops up. IE refuses to load. I start thinking and searching for the reason for all that weird behavior. Oh yes, I deleted few days ago a third party Add-on to IE and certainly the discarded tool either left with some "dynamic link library" (DLL) or just corrupted them to let me know that it is not easy to disuse its service!

You may encounter the same problem with Internet Explorer 6 even if you do not delete any utility / Add-on. I have noticed also that the pop up of the Error Panel occurs inadvertently from times to times.

HOW TO TROUBLESHOOT THE PROBLEM

If you ever suffer from such a weird and annoying behavior of Internet Explorer 6, don't panic. A solution exists. Proceed as follows to troubleshoot it:

1- Start / Settings
2- Control Panel / Add Remove Programs
3- Highlight Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 and Internet tools
4- Click on the Add / Remove button at the bottom of the Add Remove Programs' panel.

A new panel shows up with three options:


4- a- Add a component (to IE)
4- b- Repair Internet Explorer
4- c- Restore the previous Windows configuration (which means that you will be deleting IE 6 and reversing to the former browser version existing before you installed IE 6)

- Option 4- b- had always works fine for me to troubleshoot the Error Panel problem even if I have to repeat the process twice before bringing Internet Explorer 6 to behaving properly.

Remember that I have the problem when using my old system loaded with Windows 98. Windows XP system is equipped with a device which protects basic dynamic link library (DLL) to be incidentally removed or corrupted by third party software.

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14.9 cents/minute for each participant.

Compare that astounding offer with flight ticket cost, plus hotel booking cost and accommodation hazards. A trifle!
And no set up fee using CogniConference while Big Telecom - such as AT&T conference call - are charging US$15 setup fee for each call, plus 68 (Sixty Eight!) cents PER MINUTE, PER PARTICIPANT on the call.

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