Re: internet explorer

From: Paula (
Date: 07/24/04

Date: Sat, 24 Jul 2004 13:04:23 -0700

Well, i learned a long time ago to not mess with the
registry and in by diong that learned quite about about
computers so i was reluctant to again mess with the
registry, but after several attempts at other fixes tried
yours and it worked wonderfully. You site offers so much
cool stuff and is now bookmarked. Thanks so much.

>-----Original Message-----
>Visit and
click on
>Item No. 268 (Restore All Tabs under Internet Explorer).
>NOTE: If your anti-virus software warns you of
a "malicious" script,
>this is normal if you have "Script Safe" or similar
technology enabled.
>These scripts are not malicious, but they do make
changes to the System
>[Courtesy of Kelly Theriot, MS-MVP]
>Download Ad-Aware 6.0 and scan your PC for spyware:
>Symantec Security Check
>Can't Change My Home Page - It Keeps Resetting!
>Home Page Setting Changes Unexpectedly, or You Cannot
Change Your Home Page Setting
>Carey Frisch
>Microsoft MVP
>Windows XP - Shell/User
>Be Smart! Protect your PC!
>"Paula" <> wrote in
> news:345e01c471a3$7ca93b50$a601280a@phx.gbl...
>|I am the only person in my house or on my computer, or
>| some reason, when i try to access the internet options
>| from the Tools bar on internet explorer, it tell me
>| that "this operation has been cancelled due to
>| restrictions on this computer, contact your
>| administrator" I have windows xp and the only
password i
>| have on my computer is when i turn it on. I have
>| set any restriction on other programs other than
>| quicken.
>| Any ideas.
>| I did try to install the new IE version (I have 6, but
>| tried to install 6.2 or something and got a messgae
>| it was not compatible with my machine....imagine that)
>| I have a fairly new, big fast dell, with 1 gig ram and
>| 2.5 gh motherboard, so it should not the the
>| of my machines
>| Thanks for any help

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