Garbage in webpage

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  1. mohanty1942

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    In Win98 very often I get a page full of garbages (Screenshot below) while browsing certain webpages.

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    On clicking 'refresh' I get back the correct screen.

    What is the reason ? How to correct ?
     
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    It looks like u r still using IE 5.0. Installing IE 5.5 or IE 6 will surely help. If it does not help, totally remove IE using tools like IEradicator, then install IE 6 again. It will surely fix the problem.
     
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    It looks like u r still using IE 5.0. You may have corrupted MSHTML.dll. Installing IE 5.5 or IE 6 will surely help. If it does not help, totally remove IE using tools like IEradicator, then install IE 6 again. It will surely fix the problem.
     
  4. h4ck3r

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    hey just stick on to firefox

    firefox - a way cool browser than ie 6 in many ways..or try lynx if yo using linux ..its also a kewl one
     
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    Thank you 'theKonqueror'. Correct Guess. I have IE 5.0.

    Now it is corrected.
     
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