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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by wholesaletex, Jul 13, 2006.

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  1. wholesaletex

    wholesaletex Thread Starter

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    every time boot reboot or turn on my pc i get a message saying




    Your current security settings prohibit you from running active x on this page as a reult this page may not display properly.


    Is this something i actually need on my computer if so can you tell me step by step (plain english please im a newbie) how to activate it if i dont need it can you tell me how to take it off so the message will no longer appear also step by step plain english (im a newbie)


    additional info i dont for sure but it seems that ever this started i have trouble downloading certain things or they dont download all the way or correctly please he;lp
     
  2. Blink182

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    Howdy,

    Welcome to TSG. What your error suggests is that your Active X settings are too high. To resolve this issue please do the following:



    1. Open up Internet Explorer > Click Tools > Internet Options.
    2. Click on the Security Tab.
    3. For each of the following, change the setting to Default Level, by clicking Default Level down the bottom:

    INTERNET
    LOCAL INTRANET
    TRUSTED SITES
    RESTRICTED SITES.



    Note: If you are not sure how these settings got changed, you most likely are infcted with Spyware etc. If you think this please download Hijack This from here and post a log in the Security Forum <--.

    I hope the above solves your problem.
     
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