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Can not post messages up on an msn board

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Rani, Sep 10, 2004.

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  1. Rani

    Rani Thread Starter

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    Hi...

    I am usin Microsoft Internet Explorer Version 6.0.2806.11.06.xpsp2.030422-1633....

    4 about a year & a half i hav been a member of an msn group & enjoyed postin up messages...but 4 sum reason i can't do this n e more.

    It started with gettin messages regardin script error settings...i checked marked the 'disable script bugging'....& unchecked the 'display a notification about script error'....now when i try 2 click a 'reply' on the message board...nothin happens...no error messages...jus 'Javascript:rep (89568)...& 'done' in the left hand corner...please help...thank u..(",)
     
  2. etaf

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    you may want to check your java settings from here
    Have you attempted to click "enable" on the Custom Security levels?
    - In IE, click TOOLS
    - Click INTERNET OPTIONS
    - Click SECURITY tab
    - For both INTERNET and LOCAL INTRANET click CUSTOM LEVEL and look at your Java settings. Enable anything listed as Prompt or disable.


    This set will show you your java status
    https://www.clipstream.com/help/visitorhelp.shtml

    also
    for java go here
    http://www.bodo.com/javame.htm
    look for two things
    1) the following text displayed
    YES!...IF YOU CAN READ THIS, YOU ARE JavaScript ENABLED!
    2) black box with wiggling text
     
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