|Posted on Thursday, September 4, 2003 - 9:32 am: |
I'm ready to scream....
IE 5.1 "Save As" only works saving "Web Page, Complete". If I try to save the page with any other option such as Html Only, text or Web Archive (mht), I get the following error message:
Error saving web page. This web page could not be saved.
I have searched hi and low, registry, etc. and I cannot find this restriction. The only thing I could find about this error message was on Microsoft's site at http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=http://support.microsoft.com:80/support/kb/articles/Q235/5/89.asp&NoWebContent=1 which I really don't think is related.
This problem came along with a fresh install of the browser & OS.(98)
Anyone have a direction to point me? Thanks in advance.
|Posted on Friday, September 5, 2003 - 2:37 pm: |
Are you having the problem with any web page or only some pages?
|Posted on Saturday, September 6, 2003 - 10:11 pm: |
What is the webserver flavor and version? (e.g. apache, thttpd, zeus, etc.)The reason why I ask is I have read about many problems related to saving .bmp and .jpg's associated with web pages to and from specific servers and the general fix seems to be empty the contents of the Temporary Internet Files folder, could be also related to your problem with HTML Only, Text, Web Archive extensions. Could also be Windows 98 telling you it's time to *upgrade* to Windows 2000. (Sorry, had to do it).
|Posted on Sunday, September 7, 2003 - 9:42 am: |
Thanks for throwing that last one in...I have a sense of humor. ;-)
It is on every single page attempted, same thing. No problem saving images, just using the "Save As" option in the File menu. It really sucks when you just want to save a page to read the info later and you get all these image folders.
There are reg tweaks for changing the option of Save as a Complete Web Page and have even tried enabling/disabling this in hopes all would be reset. No luck. I have also tried reinstalling the browser. No luck.
Hey E.S., I'm finally upgrading...
Asus P4t-E P4 1.8 Mhz. Just have to find the time to make the switch.
I know, even it is a bit outdated, but booming for me. Bought it from a friend that just has to have the latest greatest system. It only takes RDRAM and only in pairs, which kind of stinks if I want to go over the existing 256 Mb. But hey...I'm long overdue.
|Posted on Sunday, September 7, 2003 - 3:43 pm: |
Quote:"I know, even it is a bit outdated, but booming for me. Bought it from a friend that just has to have the latest greatest system. It only takes RDRAM and only in pairs, which kind of stinks if I want to go over the existing 256 Mb. But hey...I'm long overdue."
Thats a good all around upgrade as your P4 at 400 MHZ FSB runs best with Rambus. Since Intel basically kicked Rambus to the curb, you can find really good deals on the memory type on line.
1.8 GHz is more than most applications need and with Windows 98SE, 256MB is maximum the OS can cache effectively anyway.
|Posted on Sunday, September 7, 2003 - 3:47 pm: |
So I guess I don't have to mail you the E-Machine celeron rig in an AOL tin, Eh?