I tried it and it worked. Though in my version of Vista you can get to
default programs right off the start button. My problems started after I
downloaded Google Firefox search engine. I think it was in competion somehow
with Internet Explorer and even after I uninstalled it it was looking for
Firefox to open the URL. I actually had to set Internet Explorer as the
default engine twice first under "Set your default programs" and then under
"Set program access and computer defaults". After that it worked.
Walking Encyclopedia JJ
"Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
> If you will notice, my response was directed to "smigkendra", not
> to you.
> Gary VanderMolen
> "CatChase" <CatChase@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:80601D72-A346-42DB-BDFF-F9BEAA48299B@xxxxxx
> > That is not the problem. I have it set as my default browser as it is the
> > only browser on my computer!
> > "Gary VanderMolen" wrote:
> >> Control Panel, Internet Options, Programs. Make sure Internet Explorer
> >> is the default web browser.
> >> Gary VanderMolen
> >> "smigkendra" <smigkendra@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:254C3683-6EE5-407B-A50F-821BE18C8545@xxxxxx
> >> > nWhenever I receive an email with a web address in it or or an email and it
> >> > tells me to click here to go that web page, I get an error. A box will pop
> >> > up and the error will have the web address I am trying to click on and also
> >> > say at the bottom "Application not found".
> >> >
> >> > Solution?