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Topic # 5756 24-Nov-2005 03:07
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I have Imate Pocker PC XDII with windows 2003, and I needed to enter to some sites that require ie5 or higher, so I installed Regking. However, I still could not enter those sites and gave me the same previous messages that say that I neeed to have ie5 or higher.

Can you tell me where I can find Regking for my imate Pocket PC OR is Regking a fake


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Reply # 23764 24-Nov-2005 07:22
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No, it is not a fake. Perhaps the site you are visiting requires Javascript or Java? Pocket Internet Explorer has limited Javascript support and no Java support.

There are othe browsers you can try. You should have a look at Netfront. But since this is not a free software you should really try before you buy. There's no guarantee it will work with this specific site you need to access.

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