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problem with installing ActiveX control


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Hello,

I have p4 dell system with original windows xp sp2 (provided by dell)
i want to install an activeX control necessary for my work i unable to
to install this (windows blocked this activeX control).
How i can install this activeX control

Thanks
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Do you get a bar drop down at the top with options to install

On a web page, click tools, internet options, delete history, files and cookies on the general tab

On security, click default, click apply then do this on the privacy tab and then on the advanced tab, close the browser

What is the active x control for
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I have done this but my problem was not solved
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Where are you trying to install the actice x control from
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i am trying to install activeX control from site
www.lahorestock.com
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Any particular part, I went there and clicked downloads, no prompts for active X
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first i open web site www.lahorestock.com
then click on VOT a new window open, where i write username & password
then click "OK"
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After it loads you do not get the drop down bar?

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after this i click on options and then click to install activeX
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Yes, if it doesn't install, what error does it give
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yes following message appeared mentioned above
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If you click tools, options, internet options, advanced, tick allow the installation of active x controls which have invalid signatures, click apply, close IE then try the active x, if it installs you should then remove the tick and click apply
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I KNOW WHAT YOUR PROBLEM IS................YOU GO TO YOUR ADD N REMOVE PROGRAMS .............LOOK

FOR THIS UP DATE..............security kb912812............. REMOVE IT YOUR ACTIVE X WILL WORK

I HAD SAME PROBLEM
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My problem is still pending
I re-intalled my windows and i go as you mentioned above Keith but my problem was not resolved
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