Jeff, Are you using W2K? I tried the same thing just after IE 6 was released. After pulling my hair out for a couple of hours, I was informed by MS that the download only option wasn't working under W2K. I would have thought they'd have had it fixed by now! Regards, John Taylor ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jeff Crosby" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2002 8:02 AM Subject: Re: IE 6.0 > Andy Nolen-Parkhouse wrote: > > > When you run the download setup, select the customize option. This will > > present you with a panel to select the components you wish to install. > > Click the advanced button and select 'download only'. This will create > > an install image on your hard drive which you can subsequently use as an > > install image. > > Man, I must really be dense this morning. At no time do I see a > customize or advanced button. When I click on the link, it immediately > downloads the install file, has me accept the license agreement, and > away we go. > > -- > -Jeff
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