Titles display issue on IE6.0 (Impossible to reinstall IE6.0!!!!)

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by FRSNK, Feb 22, 2006.

  1. FRSNK

    FRSNK Guest

    Hereby I copy/pasted the posts concerning an issue I am experiencing on my
    computer with IE6.0... Unfortunately I did not have too many answers and I
    really NEED to have Internet Explorer repaired... so, here I go:

    PS: Thanks Sandi one more time for your answer... if you have any other
    suggestion, feel free to let me know :)


    Thanks for your answer Sandi!!!

    The only thing I've got from Google is Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer
    and I already tried to uninstall it and it did not fix the problem :( Any
    other idea?

    Something else I already tried is to install Internet Explorer in another
    language... As I am in France the default version that my computer came with
    was (obviously) french.. so I tried to download the English (American
    version) of IE6.0 and it erased the previous french version but it did not
    fix the problem regarding the titles problem.

    In another hand, at this address
    http://www.theeldergeek.com/repair_reinstall_ie_and_oe_6.htm I found some
    steps to change a registry value and then reinstall IE6.0 but it doesn't do
    anything either... I believe that the problem has not very much to do with
    the IE installation... I think it's rather related to the way XP Pro handles
    the software... should I change another value in the windows registry?
    should I try a registry third party software editor like Reg Pro or
    somethins like that??? I don't really know what to do... I am completely
    lost... : (

    FRSNK, Feb 22, 2006
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    kane Guest

    try this:

    Go to:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main

    find and delete the key called "Window Title".

    See what happens.
    kane, Feb 22, 2006
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    FRSNK Guest

    Thanks for your answer Kane!!

    Should I delete the value of the key and leave it empty... or go ahead and
    delete the whole key...???

    Thanks in advance,

    FRSNK, Feb 22, 2006
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