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Script error messages

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by LaDyMeLo, Feb 12, 2005.

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  1. LaDyMeLo

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    I have windows xp and yahoo hi speed dsl, everything was working fine on websites yesterday morning now its says I have an script error on certain pages i visit. I would go to launch.com or boost mobile.com and even BET.com and it worked yesterday morning and everytime before that, but now it doesnt wanna work now. The webpages dont fully download and i cant listen to the music or videos on launch for instance. I have tried clear the cookies and history, i have also looked at internet options but the result is still the same. Can anyone give me an answer to my problem?
     
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    In IE>tools>internet options>advanced tab>check disable script debugging(internet explorer) and uncheck display a notification about every script error and click ok.
     
  3. LaDyMeLo

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    Mike i tried your advice and it didnt work. any more suggestions? HELP!!!
     
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    Download, extract and run IEFix Utility.

    Check skip running sfc and skip reinstalling from ie.inf and click apply.

    Restart.

    Open Internet Explorer, Tools, Internet Options, Programs. Choose Reset Web Settings. Click ok.
     
  5. LaDyMeLo

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    MIke i really appreciate that u are helping me, but it is the same results. when i go to launch .com for instance the active lines dont show...... well i might have to take it to a specialist.



    thanx
     
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