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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by texasman, Feb 14, 2005.

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  1. texasman

    texasman Thread Starter

    Feb 13, 2005
    ok i have AOL and im trying to get rid of it because of the price. I have recently purchased PEOPLEPC ONLINE . Now the whole install process goes just fine and dandy untill i get to the DETECTING ONLINE STATUS page. At that point is when i got the all famous SCRIPT ERROR ON PAGE box, and i got it twice. So it hangs on that part of the install and wont go any further. One message says "GO PPCSHELL" IS NULL OR NOT AN OBJECT. Then the other message says "URL:FILE://C:\PROGRAMFILES\ISP50\DETECTONLINE.BRT. Ok can somebody please help me with this, cause i have no idea what to do. Anything is appreciated.
    Thanks Trey..............
  2. eddie5659

    eddie5659 Moderator Malware Specialist

    Mar 19, 2001
    Hiya and welcome

    Have you uninstalled AOL or is it still on your system? For the script error's, see if this helps:

    Control panel | Internet Options. Advanced tab. Under Browsing tick Disable Script Debugging, and underneath it, untick Display a Notification, apply and OK.

    Ah, the above is if you're using IE, but you may still be on AOL.

    This is for uninstalling AOL:


    Which version of AOL are you using? I've asked someone to take a look at this, as I'm not sure about the controls, as they may be different to IE.


  3. Cheeseball81

    Cheeseball81 Retired Moderator

    Mar 3, 2004
    Hi :)

    Yes need to know what version of AOL you are/were using and if you have uninstalled it.

    Although I'm not sure if the AOL software interferes with PeoplePC. According to them, you can have both on a system.

    Is this dial-up?
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