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Syntax and Expected Identifier errors

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:tazz: I have Windows XP installed and I get these errors when I try to connect to the Web. I'm not very technical & would appreciate any ideas/suggestions on how to fix these errors.

I can often open a web page, but when I try to open a link within a page, I get a page that appears blank & the error is a syntax error or the expected identifier error. I connect to the Internet thru a VPN and a dialer. I have DSL.

I'm wondering if I've just checked or unchecked the wrong box on myInternet options?

I hope this is clear; again I'm not the most technical of people.

Thanks for any help/guidance you can provide.
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