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Kspaien

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I've just got over a rather horrid worm called Alcan Worm, got help for that all ready, so that's gone. But there's just one problem now. It's my AIM. I've sent a bug error report to them all ready, but they simply stated that they won't reply to me. So, that really helps me.

Anyways. I was hoping to get some help.

As soon as AIM logs in by itself, an error pops up. In exact words it says:

A Runtime Error has occurred.
Do you wish to debug?

Line: 13
Error: 'adsD' is undefined.


If I click yes. Nothing happens. If I click no, again, nothing happens. I can use anything of AIM that I want. Which is okay, but that stupid ERROR is actually very annoying and I'm afraid it might get worse. Can anyone help me with this? o.o
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have you by any chance tried to reinstall it? I'm quite sure its a residual effect from the worm that you had. If you do a clean reinstall (delete the associated folder out of program files as well as add/remove AIM from control panel), it might fix the problem.
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I just tried it, got the same result. x.x
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go into internet options and click on advanced and then make sure that the tick box for 'Disable Script Debugging' is ticked for Internet Explorer and other.
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THANKS! ^^ Problem solved!
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