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03-Feb-2013, 10:03 PM #1
Long running script in google
I have Windows Vista and use google and gmail. Email locks up and doesn't respond, eventually a dialogue box opens stating "google.com is not responding due to a long running script." Then it has a box to click on to "Stop script." Even though I click it, it still continues to run and appear the next time I log into email. I'm have IE9. Can someone help?

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04-Feb-2013, 09:36 AM #2
Have you tried testing IE9 without any add-ons?

How to Run IE9 Without Add-ons


If no luck, try either disabling or enabling Compatibility View for Google and Gmail.

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Long Running scripts in google
I just disabled the add-ons as instructed in the 1st solution. I will follow up to let you know if it has solved my problem.
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13-Feb-2013, 03:16 PM #4
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I am still experiencing the long running scripts even with the add-ons disabled. It actually occurred in another program, I don't remember what program it was.

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13-Feb-2013, 03:22 PM #5
What about Compatibility View?

Uncheck the "Display all websites in Compatibility View" check box.

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20-Feb-2013, 12:44 AM #6
Check your W7 update history for KB2792100

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2792100

I'm trying to help a friend running W7 with IE9.

Research took me to http://social.technet.microsoft.com/...c-ed6a7565cd3a

I've been through manage add ons & compatibility view, P010.

I'm going to uninstall KB2792100.

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20-Feb-2013, 02:09 PM #7
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I have done the compatability view and it is still happening. What I'm doing to resolve the problem is get a new laptop. Thanks everyone for responding.
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20-Feb-2013, 05:03 PM #8
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j & P 010:

I hope, j, that a new laptop solves your problem.

After uninstalling KB2792100, for > an hour, no problem, then the dreaded "xyz.net is not responding due to a long running script"

I have uninstalled Java 7.13; thus far, no long running script problem notice, BUT I have received xyz.net is not responding".

I have not re-installed KB2792100.

I will unsubcribe from this thread & start my own in the W7 forum.

Best of success, j.

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20-Feb-2013, 05:05 PM #9
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j & P 010:

I hope, j, that a new laptop solves your problem.

After uninstalling KB2792100, for > an hour, no problem, then the dreaded "xyz.net is not responding due to a long running script"

I have uninstalled Java 7.13; thus far, no long running script problem notice, BUT I have received xyz.net is not responding".

I have not re-installed KB2792100.

I will unsubcribe from this thread & start my own in the W7 forum.

Best of success, j.

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It's now Java 7 Update 15.
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20-Feb-2013, 06:34 PM #10
Thanks and I wish you luck as well.
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