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This sounds like a machine issue rather then a flex issue, has it happened on more then one machine? Please post machine make and model as well as operating system and browser versions, as well as check that the browser does not have any malware/spyware and proper security settings. I have never seen this happen and ive seen my apps with the fileRef browse run on many many machines runing IE6.
It happens in two different machines with a similar configuration: HP Compaq dc7100 with Windows XP Profesional Service Pack 2, IE6 version 6.0.2900.2180.xpsp_sp2_gdr.050301-1519. Sometimes appears an error message, saying that has ocurred an error with the Flash9.ocx. But generally the Internet Explorer simply disappers or the browser doesn't response and you have to quit it. It's true that that on all other machines (Macs included) and all other browser (Firefox, Netscape, Opera, Safari) it works.
hmm thats odd, You can go another update on your IE, check http://windowsupdate.microsoft.com but i doubt thats the issue, HP really stinks but who knows if thats related. Is the XP the oem install with all the junk they add to it? Have you made sure your running the newest version of flash and not the beta? Go here for the newest version http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/download/index.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash
If its only happening on that one spec machine I wouldnt worry about it to much unless your app is destined for a corporate enviroment where that spec is indeed the norm, in that case, poop.
I am sure that the Windows installation is a OEM Version of HP. But on the other two HP machines we have it works fine. And I installed on all machines the newest Flashplayer.