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Alright, this one is weird.

Last week, I tried to uninstall a piece of annoying software. The software uninstalled, but it seemed to take Internet Explorer with it. Okay, weird, but fixable. I used Mozilla to download IE7, and it came back. Here's the weird part: aside from the home page when IE loads, it doesn't load any other pages. If you type a URL into IE, it opens a Mozilla page.

Any idea how to fix this? I need IE in order to access my work schedule, and it would be good to have a backup browser for the things Mozilla handles less well.


Nov. 29th, 2006 01:04 pm (UTC)
There's a problem I hadn't seen before. Is IE your default browser? It might be a problem with that or your associations.

On an unrelated but silly note, this and this is what would happen if Khan programmed medical nanites.
Nov. 29th, 2006 04:23 pm (UTC)
Good ideas, both of 'em
Khan programs medical nanites, but doesn't program them to be self-programming. Crazy, yes; stupid, no.
Nov. 29th, 2006 04:46 pm (UTC)
Re: Good ideas, both of 'em
In that strip, the man you see didn't program those nanites either. In fact, he's just discovering that he's been given illegal nanites against his will.


He would be very angry about this, were it not for the fact that he would be dead without them. Still, he's seriously wounded, and has been left behind by his team because they thought he was dead.