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Have a broken Internet Explorer - * First be sure it is not a virus...
The Repair: With your Windows XP CD in the tray, run a repair by typing sfc /scannow so that the utility can scan for any changes and make needed repairs to Windows components such as IE. If this fails to work, then go to step two.
Create a restore point with Windows System Restore. Then start the Registry Editor by typing regedit from the Run box. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Active Setup \ Installed Components \ {89820200-ECBD-11cf-8B85-00AA005B4383} and then right-click the “IsInstalled value.” Click Modify. From there, you will change the value from 1 to 0. Close the editor and reinstall IE from Microsoft - here.

If Something Goes Wrong, you can use either System Restore or Last Known Good Configuration to go back. Then you can try again, making sure you change the correct registry key.

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we recommend using the commercial programs shown below

*** Repair XP Pro - (Great program) The most comprehensive system repair tool on the market.

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