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"Page has expired" error when using the Back button

IE6 SP1 fixes this problem - 319792;EN-US;Q319792

Your settings may be incorrect - 183763;EN-US;Q183763

Often this option is set by the web site itself, but you can try creating a new IE cache if you wish.

Shut down all programmes and boot into dos if you are using Windows 95 or 98. If using Windows ME use an appropriate disc to access DOS. Run the following commands from the windows directory, typically c:\windows\>

deltree history
deltree tempor~1

Reboot using ctrl, alt, del. If using Windows ME, remember to remove the boot floppy from the drive.

Windows 2000 users will have to log in as Administrator to be able to delete the folders in question directly from within Windows Explorer. Windows XP users will use the same procedure.


Different operating systems use different paths to the history, temporary internet files and cookies folders. Check your system to make sure that you are using the correct path for your machine. For example, you may find your folders are located at ...\documents and settings\{identity}\{dir} or similar.