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  • #16
    I'd remove any suspect software security or blocker programs, then do a repair re-installation of Windows - this way IE and the registry is rebuilt and the source of the corruption should be eliminated. This should not affect other installed software or stored data.
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    • #17
      Found this, may help

      Tip: Improperly Registered DLLs in IE 6.x
      contributed by David Chernicoff, [email protected]

      I recently updated a few system utilities on my primary desktop and
      found that Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) no longer functioned
      properly. IE would appear to open a Web site but would display only a
      blank page. After some investigation, I discovered that this glitch is
      a known problem in IE 6.x versions that results from a product update
      improperly registering certain DLLs. To fix the problem, take the
      following steps:
      1. Open a command-prompt window and type

      regsvr32 actxprxy.dll

      2. Click Enter.
      3. Type

      regsvr32 urlmon.dll

      4. Click Enter.
      5. Close the command-prompt window.

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