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Annoying download problem plz help!

#1
Even after restarting the computer several times, when I click on a link to a zip file the "open" button is greyed out any you have to save it. This is really annoying and has only just started happening today.
Could someone plz suggest a way to fix this?

Thanks,
Patrick
 
#3
No I don't think so...
I'm still running 6.0.2600
And I know it's not supposed to be like that because my other computer is doing it like normal. The only thing I did update was norton.

Patrick
 
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ATMB

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#4
I have too this problem. I've just reinstalled WindowsXP to speed my pc, and now I installed Norton Antivirus 2002 too...and I'm gettin' this problem....how can I do???

please HELP ME!!! and mail me to atmb82@tiscali.it

bye!
 
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Hydryst

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#5
I've been having lots of similar problems when running XP .. The only suggestion I have for you is to format your computer in NTFS (with the win xp cd) and install from scratch .. It solved ALL of my problems !!

Good luck !
 
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Tope

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#7
You're a wise man, Khayman.

Always save downloaded files for the reasons that Khayman gives.
 

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