I was having trouble with Windows Explorer not expanding on the C:\
drive when I clicked on it's short cut even though I had the correct
switches in place. I thought if I got rid of IE6 an went back to IE5.5
that would solve my problem. Someone on one of the newsgroups gave me
the reference to IEradicator and I tried it. It removed more than IE6,
it also removed a couple of files that windows needs. After I got that
straightened out I installed IE 5.5 and that did not solve my Windows
Explorer problem, so like a dummy I used IEradicator again and then put
back the files windows needed and then reinstalled IE6. Long winded,
but that's what happened. I also ended up having problems with .swf
files with both IE 6 and Netscape, but I think I might have a fix on
Hope this answere's your questions. DON'T use IEradicator unless you're
really knowledgble about what you're doing.
> Just what did you think IEradicator would do, Henry?
> HTH...Please post back to this thread
> ~Robear Dyer (aka PA Bear)
> MS MVP-Windows (IE/OE)
> | When I go to Add/Remove programs, there is no item for Microsoft
> | Internet Explorer. I therefore can not do a "repair" or anything else
> | with this program.
> | I'm running IE 6. How does one get an entry in Add/Remove for this
> | please? It disapeared after I ran IEradicator, installed IE 5.5, ran
> | IEradicator again and reinstalled IE 6.
> | Henry