Internet Explorer 5.0 randomly renders a partial page of a web site

Question

Internet Explorer 5.0 does not finish downloading web pages.

Answer

This question was answered on July 22, 1999. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Partial Web Page Is Rendered When HTTP Stream Terminates Early..

The information in this article applies to:

Internet Explorer version 5 for Windows 95

Internet Explorer version 5 for Windows 98

Internet Explorer version 5 for Windows NT 4.0

on the following platforms: Alpha, x86

There is a problem receiving a Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) stream from sites with Internet Explorer 5 when a delay occurs during a query In most cases, the page is only partially rendered Refreshing the page may result in a fully-formed page, although subsequent refreshes may generate the same problem, cutting the HTML stream at different locations

To resolve this issue, download and install the appropriate file for your language and platform from the Microsoft Software Library NOTE: This QFE replaces the Wininet.dll file using version 5.00.2614.3400, so you can apply it to Internet Explorer 5.0 versions 5.00.2014.0216 and 5.00.2314.1003, but not version 5.00.2614.3500 that is included with Windows 98 Second Edition If the Wininet.dll file has a version number later than 5.00.2614.3400, then you do not need to apply this QFE

Which File to Download

Language Platform File name

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Brazilian Portuguese x86 Br3725.exe

Chinese (simplified) Alpha Cn3725ax.exe

Chinese (simplified) x86 Cn3725.exe

Chinese (Taiwanese) Alpha Tw3725ax.exe

Chinese (Taiwanese) x86 Tw3725.exe

English Alpha 3725ax.exe

English x86 3725.exe

French x86 Fr3725.exe

German Alpha De3725ax.exe

German x86 De3725.exe

Italian x86 It3725.exe

Japanese Alpha Ja3725ax.exe

Japanese x86 Ja3725.exe

Korean Alpha Ko3725ax.exe

Korean x86 Ko3725.exe

Norwegian x86 No3725.exe

Spanish x86 Es3725.exe

Swedish x86 Sv3725.exe

These files can be downloaded at: http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q226/5/50.asp

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Posted by Ken of Data Doctors on July 22, 1999