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    Resolves a problem in which you may be unable to download a file from the Internet by using Windows Internet Explorer 7. This problem occurs if you are using Japanese IME as the default keyboard layout in Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP.
    Describes a behavior in which some attachments cannot be opened in Outlook 2003 after you install Office 2003 SP3.
    Troubleshoots the "Your computer appears to be correctly configured, but the device or resource (DNS server) is not responding" error message in Windows 7.
    On a computer that runs one of the versions of Windows that is listed at the beginning of this article, if you map a drive to a network share, the mapped drive may be disconnected after a regular interval of inactivity, and Windows Explorer may display...
    Provides a fix for a problem where DVD-RW disks appear to be empty in Windows Explorer on a Windows XP Service Pack 2-based computer.
    Explains why you may receive an error message that states that Windows cannot load your profile because it may be corrupted, and provides a resolution.
    When you send a message, a copy of the message may not be saved in the Sent Items folder, and you may not receive an error message.
    Describes an issue where various COM+-related events may be logged in Event Viewer when you install Windows XP SP2 and join the computer to a domain. Provides a resolution for this issue.
    Describes a solution that provides a fix for a problem where you may receive the "The memory could not be read" error message when you click Web site links in Internet Explorer 6.
    Describes how the sensitivities settings can be adjusted for joysticks. If you are having trouble controlling your aircraft by using a joystick, these settings may have to be adjusted.

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