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donsor

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For some reason every time I change website, I get this warning which states:

JAVA SCRIPT APPLICATION
Error: Type error: Netscape. Prevelege Manager is undefined.

It gets to be annoying. I removed Java from my PC but this warning is still there.

BTW my OS is WinXP HomEd 32 Bit.

Any help will be appreciated.
 

Phantom010

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Java has nothing to do with JavaScript.

I'm guessing this is happening with Firefox?

As a test, try running Firefox without add-ons (Safe Mode).

If all is well in that mode, you'll need to isolate the offending extension or plugin.
 

donsor

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I have read many of the troubleshooting suggestions in the Mozilla Support forum but still no joy. But it seems to me that the problem is with Mozilla. So what I'll do is to make Internet Explorer as my Default Browser and remove Mozilla Firefox. I got too many junk on the Toolbar so Internet Explorer may not be too sophisticated but I hope it works. Later on I may decide to load Mozilla or Google Chrome and see if they work with no prolem.
 

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Reinstalling Firefox might solve it. However, if it's a matter of corrupted Firefox profile, keeping it will not solve the problem. You'll need to either delete the profile and create another new one, or only keep your bookmarks and delete the rest.
 
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