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ActiveX Internet page errors page errors

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by scoobydrew, Jan 10, 2002.

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  1. scoobydrew

    scoobydrew Thread Starter

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    why do i get page errors when trying to open web pages. My internet connection is fine because i can open other pages.
    At first i thought it was a problem with the server but i used the other PC at home and i could open the web page.

    all i get is ERROR ON PAGE no explanation of what it is or how to fix it.
    The only cdlue i did get once (and it could be completely unrelated) is that my ActiveX settings were not correct?!?!?
    I found ActiveX in tools/internet options/security/internet and changed them to a low setting to match the other PC but i still cannot open those web pages.

    can somebody help me because i haven't got a clue???????

    thankyou
    Drew

    p.s i'm using Internet explorer and was going to change to netscape. would that make a difference or is it wishful thinking and a waste of my time?
     
  2. beach51

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    Hi scoobydrew,have you tried the repair option for IE?If not go to Start>settings>control panel>Add and remove programs>highlight Ie and internet tools>click remove>the dialog box will open,put a check in repair IE>click ok.

    Let us know if this works.
     
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