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  1. #1
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    Question Internet Explorer and LAN card problem

    In my computer I have problem in onbord LAN card so i disabled it from CMOS.
    But now Internet Explorer is not working.
    I want to open my own created .html file just for offline browsing but Internet Explorer doesn't start because it goes to find LAN card and my computer didn't show LAN card.

    Kindly tell me solution if anyone know.
    I like to open .html files from my hard drive.
    If any browser available in market which i can use for offline browsing then please tell me the name.
    Or if you have any other solution.

    I am using Windows 7

    Thank you.
    Ajay

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    Re: Internet Explorer and LAN card problem

    I've never heard of such an issue before. Anyway IE opens a local html file even if you have an active network connection so why did you disable the LAN card? If you suspect that the html contains something bad just select Tools/Work Offline before opening it (or remove the ethernet cable).
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