Hey guys. I found some CSS code that will causes the latest IE 6 browsers to display an error reporting window if the service is running and close IE. It works on two computers. A celeron 1.2GHz and an Athlon 2600+.

Here is the original code that IE works fine with.
Code:
/*nav.css*/
#nav *{font: small-caps normal 98%/1em sans-serif;display:block;}
#nav * a{color:#9fb594;display:block;}
#nav_list,#nav,#nav_main{float:left;clear:none;}
#nav_main{background-image:url('../image/nav_bg.png');background-repeat:repeat-y;width:122px;}
#nav_foot{background-image:url('../image/nav_foot.png');background-repeat:no-repeat;height:177px;width:122px;}
#nav_foot{font: small-caps normal .6em/1em sans-serif;}
#nav_foot a{width:105px;margin-top:2px;vertical-align:bottom;}
#nav * ul{list-style-type:none;padding:0;margin:0;}
#sub_nav_list{background-color:#000;text-align:right;}
.nav_item,.sub_nav_item,.selected,.sub_nav_item a{width:105px;}
.nav_item,.sub_nav_item,.selected,.sub_nav_item a,#sub_nav_list,#nav_foot{float:left;clear:both;}
.nav_item{height:2.2em;}
.sub_nav_item a{padding-bottom:.5em;min-height:1em;}
.selected a.nav_hlink{font:normal small-caps 900 98%/1em sans-serif;}
#nav_main * a:hover{background-color:#333;}
The last item, the hover, is what is changed.
Code:
/*nav.css*/
#nav *{font: small-caps normal 98%/1em sans-serif;display:block;}
#nav * a{color:#9fb594;display:block;}
#nav_list,#nav,#nav_main{float:left;clear:none;}
#nav_main{background-image:url('../image/nav_bg.png');background-repeat:repeat-y;width:122px;}
#nav_foot{background-image:url('../image/nav_foot.png');background-repeat:no-repeat;height:177px;width:122px;}
#nav_foot{font: small-caps normal .6em/1em sans-serif;}
#nav_foot a{width:105px;margin-top:2px;vertical-align:bottom;}
#nav * ul{list-style-type:none;padding:0;margin:0;}
#sub_nav_list{background-color:#000;text-align:right;}
.nav_item,.sub_nav_item,.selected,.sub_nav_item a{width:105px;}
.nav_item,.sub_nav_item,.selected,.sub_nav_item a,#sub_nav_list,#nav_foot{float:left;clear:both;}
.nav_item{height:2.2em;}
.sub_nav_item a{padding-bottom:.5em;min-height:1em;}
.selected a.nav_hlink{font:normal small-caps 900 98%/1em sans-serif;}
#nav_main * a:hover{background-color:#333;width:80%;margin:auto;}
This works fine in Firefox, doesn't look too good. I'm trying to figure something out so that when it's actived it looks kinda like the buttons used in a lot of linux console setup programs. Like the nvidia driver installer and the slackware setup buttons. Trying to figure out how to make this crapy looking site look better. I guess stupid "animations" based on linux console isn't the best way to go :P