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Internet Explorer balks at Firefox download link

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This is amusing to me; I’m sure there’s a very good, very rational reason for this issue and I’m probably just not sharp enough to catch it.

But on a clean installation of Windows XP (don’t ask; it’s a long story), Internet Explorer 6 claims there’s an error on the GetFirefox.com download page, and refuses to allow a click on the download button.

A screenshot is the best I can do here, since I don’t really have any other way of proving it won’t work.

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re: IE

Useless Microsoft FUD from a Linux Fanboy too stupid to manage a simple download.

I've never had problems

I've never had problems either.

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