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Script error


redsusan

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Help Please this is driving me mad. when trying to go on a web site i keep getting script error message i've tried clicking yea and know but it still appears on the next web page . Ive tried resetting through internet options- advanced and making sure the right boxes are checked what elese can i try. HP pavillion notebook 64 bit windows home primium 7 service pack 1

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mrwoowoo

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If you go to internet options then the advanced tabs there you just untick the box that says "display a notification for every script error.

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woodchip

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Try turning Java Script off in your Browser

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Kev.Ifty

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Hi redsusan

Re read the message you are getting and then respond to that question. I willing to bet the answer isnt yea or know!

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redsusan

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Hi and thanks for the replies. but none worked. any more suggestions please

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onthelimit1

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Try using Chrome instead of IE.

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rdave13

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Troubleshooting guide here.

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woodchip

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dr yes

No good turning off Javascript, it'll break 95% of sites you visit.

where do you get that figure? if I turn it off in my browser I can use most sites without it and this site works best without it

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woodchip

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Java Script is also a security risk, so its better turned off if you can manage without it

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