I wouldn't set the "Days to keep" to any more than 20 days.
You may need to (depending on your OS) completely delete the History folder,
including the index.dat.
Either the DOS method:
To use the DOS method to clear your TIF
Insert your WinMe bootdisk and restart
Select: "Minimal" from the menu
From A:\> (type and press Enter after each command)
Remove the bootdisk and restart (Ctrl-Alt-Del)
How To: Delete the Temporary Internet Files in Windows XP
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> Hi Mike,
> My History was set to 60 days because of this problem, but that didn't
help at all.
> > Patrick,
> > How many days do you have your History set to?
> > Note: clearing the History, or exceeding the "Days to keep", results in
> > problem.
> > Also when the "page viewed" has changed, this occurs.
> > _____________________________
> > Mike Burgess
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> > --
> > > Hi,
> > > I'm using Internet Explorer, and am a member of several online forums.
> > keep track of the messages I've read by looking at the
> > > colors of the links. Blue says I haven't read it; purple says it's
> > read.
> > > However, I find it extremely frustrating that the color of the visited
> > links revert back to the color of unvisited links after a
> > > week or two. How am I supposed to know which message I've read,
> > especially those with the same subject topic? As a result, I have
> > > to go through every single one of them again, just to find the ones
> > haven't read.
> > > Is there an effective way that I can solve this problem *permanently*?
> > > Thanks.
> > > Patrick