runtime errors

  Rubroy 13:47 02 Jan 06
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Every time I open my web browser (BT Yahoo)I receive a pop up message quote: A runtime error has occurred. Do you wish to debug? Line 776. Errror: Expected ';'

If I choose 'yes' as an answer I am led into a maze of options that I simply do not understand and I get nowhere because I have to back off.

If I choose 'no' as the option I have to hit the 'no' option eleven times(exactly)to be able to use the browser home page.

Does anyone know what this is all about and how do I deal with it please? I would be grateful for help.

  VoG II 13:53 02 Jan 06

In Internet Explorer, Tools|Internet Options, Advanced tab.

Tick Disable script debugging.

Untick Display a notification about every script error.

  Rubroy 12:06 04 Jan 06

VOG

Many thanks. The advice worked and the problem has been resolved. I am still in the dark as to what script debugging is all about. Also as I have disabled script debugging, have I deprived my pc of a useful tool? Can you or any other knowledgeable user of this forum advise me on this or point me to a source of information please?

  ACOLYTE 12:11 04 Jan 06

Have you tried using IE6 as your default browser instead of the BTYahoo one.

  Rubroy 13:08 05 Jan 06

Acolite

Thanks for the thought although as you will see the problem seems to have been solved - actually BT Yahoo Broadband uses IE6 although it offers its own home page as BT Yahoo.

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