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  1. manofmarin

    manofmarin Thread Starter

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    Windows XP/IE8

    I have one website that I open daily that has started to have the following window pop up every day as I open the site. This has never happened in the past and I have opened this site for years with no issues.

    The window states: "A script on this page causes Internet Explorer to run slowly, if it continues to run your computer may become unresponsive. Stop running this script-YES/No."

    I hit YES and the page finally runs better but still not fast, so how do I identify this particular script so that I can close it permanently? No other web sites I utilize have this issue?

    Thanks for any help,

    manofmarin
     
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  3. Phantom010

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    If the above fix from 87654321 is unsuccessful, try the following:

    Run IE8 Without Add-ons

    Any difference?


    If still no luck, click Tools and tick InPrivate Filtering before going to your website. Any better?
     
  4. manofmarin

    manofmarin Thread Starter

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    Gentlemen: Thanks for the input! It will take a few days to check out what hopefully works, but I will report back!

    manofmarin
     
  5. manofmarin

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    I've tried all the fixes and the problem still exists. I have disabled ALL my add-ons and will apparently have to enable them individually, as needed for specific web-site requests.

    Quite frustating!

    manofmarin
     
  6. Phantom010

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    Did you try InPrivate Filtering?
     
  7. manofmarin

    manofmarin Thread Starter

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    Phantom010

    Yes- but website still snail slow!
     
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    Can you give me a link to that website? I know some websites are simply not supporting IE8 anymore. I'll try it with both my IE8 and Firefox browsers.
     
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    Phantom010:

    The website is the Milwaukee Journal- Sentenal Newpaper online sports page

    www.jsonline.com/sports/

    IE8 is already "Old News?"

    Thanks,

    Manofmarin
     
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    Yes, for some, IE8 is already "old news" even though IE6 was around a lot longer before they decided not to support it anymore. Go figure.

    OK. Tried the website with my IE8 and it ran just fine. However, I tested something else and was successful in reproducing your exact script error.

    Click Tools > Compatibility View Settings.

    Untick the "Display all websites in Compatibility View" box.

    Restart your browser and try that website again.
     
  11. manofmarin

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    Phantomo10:

    That did the trick! I went to compatability settings and found the subject website in a list of three which all displayed in compatibily mode. There must have been a time in the past that IE or the website suggested compatility mode. But I upgraded to IE8 over a year ago and never got a script error message before?

    I don't need to try to understand WHY--just happy you were able to get me right! I know you wouldn't remember, but you have resolved numerous problems for me in the past. Thank you again and much appreciated!

    I guess Compatibility mode should be avoided. Another Microsoft issue? Will mark problem resolved!!

    manofmarin
     
  12. Phantom010

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    I do remember you quite well. :)

    Compatibility View was particularly useful when IE8 had just been released. A lot of websites weren't ready for it yet. They were still used to IE6 and IE7.

    Glad it's now working right! (y)
     
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