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Can't access HTTP, Can access HTTPS--What's wrong here?

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it may be a corrupted Internet Explorer file...might as well upgrade to IE 8 if
her system has the resources for it...at least 512 meg RAM, plenty of HD space...
you can also run the Microsoft Malware Removal tool from the "Run" command,
Start, Run then type MRT and press Enter. Let it run and clean anything found.