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Script Errors and Stack overflow on login to isp

Discussion in 'Networking' started by vikib, Apr 17, 2010.

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    Help...I have been getting script errors when I log into my ISP. I have dialup with People pc. When I log online, I get script errors and a Stack Overflow at Line 0: that pops up. I am able to get online so I know my ISP is working. I can log into MSN. however, if I try to open an Internet Explorer window, I get the message Cannot display webpage...error code 12029. After research on the error from work computer, I tried a system restore back to a point before these errors started, which didn't help. I was able to finally log on to IE after I go into tools/internet options/connection and uncheck any LAN settings and uncheck the dialup settings from proxy to automatically detect settings. Then I am able to get into Internet explorer. However, I have to go thru this everytime I reboot. When first logging in a window pops up and says "setting internet connections" so something keeps resetting the system so I can't log in to IE. I have since updated Windows/IE; updated Avast antivirus; updated adaware,spybot, and ccleaner and run them incase of malware or virus which they didn't find anything. What am I missing??

    I would appreciate guidance and help....Thanks
    Viki
     
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