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Notice to Windows 2000 Users

It has come to our attention that a recent patch from Microsoft causes Internet Explorer to misbehave on Windows 2000 and Windows XP SP 1 installations upon visits to certain websites.

The patch in question is KB918899.

If you have this patch installed on a Windows 2000 computer, your Internet Explorer browser may crash upon visits to This behavior is not limited to

For details on patch KB918899, visit the following link

Microsoft has issued a Hot Fix for the KB918899 patch.

Click on the following link to download the fix:

After downloading the file to your computer, run the program and select a location for it to unzip the install files to (your desktop or C:/ drive should be just fine). The application will prompt you for a password before it unzips the file. Use the following password: 1E5Uz91@

The application will then unzip an exe file to the location you specified. Double-click on the file to launch the install procedure. Follow the directions on screen.

If you encounter any issues regarding this patch, contact Microsoft's Support Line:

Microsoft Technical Support line.
(800) 936-5700
This is a FEE based support line.

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