stank 18:32 29 Jul 05

I suspected that my Internet Explorer browser might become corrupted so I attempted to re-install it from an old PC Advisor disc. This took me to the PC Advisor web site where I was asked to register. OK. I tried to download a copy of Internet Explorer and was told that wasn't available. Now I can't access my old copy of Internet Explorer because PC Advisor has taken over the Internet Explorer desktop icon and I can't download a new copy so I have no access to Internet Explorer. I've tried to e mail them but all I get is an automated response saying they don't solve there own problems.

Any suggestions?


  VoG II 19:00 29 Jul 05
  Strawballs 19:08 29 Jul 05
  stank 19:52 29 Jul 05

I forgot about "system restore". I'm a user, not an expert. I still don't understand clicking my Internet explorer icon opened the PC Advisor page, But I've returned to a better time.

  Forum Editor 01:16 30 Jul 05

in different forum areas - stick to one. In this case the Helproom would have been best.

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