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jraquel

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Hello All,

I am having trouble with XP home edition SP1 not allowing javascript pages to be displayed on my computer. I have tried a 98 computer and it will not also. I have tried win 2000 at my school and it works.

How can I make this work correctly at my computer? My computer once worked but after a "crash" and after a full HP recovery, I can't get it to work.
 
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Have you tried restoring both the Security and Advanced tabs options to their Default level in Internet Options (Control Panel)?
 
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I answered this already, as well as posted the file you need to fix it.
Microsoft lost their lawsuit with Sun Java. As a result, the Sun Java handlers that Microsoft was using, had to be removed from their products. When you installed Service Pack 1, it removed your 'Virtual Machine'. You can reinstall that from the file Microsoft used to give you. I have it hosted on my site and you can get it from there.
More information and the download link are available in this post: Virtual Machine
 

jraquel

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Hi cassandra,
I tried the link you suggested but got the error message that it is not a valid Win32 application and it cancelled.

What did I do wrong?
 
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