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Solved: Homepage error

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by VILyNBlackthorne, Jan 25, 2007.

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  1. VILyNBlackthorne

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    Hi I all of a sudden get an error message in the lower right hand corner of my Comcast hompage ..the details come up as :
    error Windows.Document.coverFlash is null or not an object Code 0.
    I am running winXP sp 2 IE 6 and this error just started. what could be causing this I uninstalled and reinstalled my Flash player but that did not help, of course I have done spyware scans and anti virus scans :confused:
     
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  3. VILyNBlackthorne

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    your link did not help MY particular situation script debugging was already checked I am NOT running IE 7 as I SAID IN MY POST I am running IE6 too bad people do not actually READ the post and comprehend it before replying to it (n)
     
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    nevermind TSG I am going to go elsewhere I had heard that TSG is full of p[eople who are fullof themselves and act like elitist snobs ..heck you all don't even understand a simple post so long (n)
     
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