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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by ju11an0, Mar 27, 2008.

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  1. ju11an0

    ju11an0 Thread Starter

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    I am using IE7pro on Win XP. When I open IE there is a yellow yeald sign in the lower right corner of the bottom bar.
    When I right click it I get problems with this web page might prevent it from being displayed properly.
    The detales or as follows
    line 1
    char. 1
    Error: Syntax error
    Code 0
    URL: then what ever page i am open to.

    Any clues what this means and why is it happining

    Thank you
     
  2. redjuls2186

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    hello, i am having the same problem. no matter what page i go to, it tells me done but with errors on page. also, a lot of the stuff that i should be able to do on each page is not working right, or at all. if i go to a gaming website, i am lucky if any will load properly or at all, and things run reaaally slow. like you, i have posted several times about this issue and no one seems to want to reply back. i see that you posted quite a while ago about this problem, did you ever figure out what happened or how to fix it? thanks!
     
  3. ju11an0

    ju11an0 Thread Starter

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    I switched to Mozilla Firefox. Plane and simple it's the best browser out there.
    I was hearing about it for a while but was skeptical to move away from MSIE7pro.
    I have MSN as my ISP an their browser is the worst.

    Try Firefox, I bet you will never go back to IE
     
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