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Mac_Quazi

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Hi

Im a member of a website where i download videos, before it plays the video in windows media player an extra box comes up asking for my username and password, i type them in and press play.

Recently when this box comes up an internet explorer script error occurs, and wether i press yes or no, the play button is greyed out and the only button i can press is cancel, therefore i cannot play the video

here is what the error says in full:

An error has occured on the script in this page

Line: 15
Char: 2
Error: Object does not support this property or method
Code: 0
URL: http://drm.ztod.com/...spx?drmfileid=0

Do you want to carry on running scripts on this page?


The funny things is it used to work before and now it doesn't and i dont know why. At the time i was using windows media player 10 and it stopped working, now im using windows media player 11 BETA and still have exactly the same problem

can someone please help?

Thanks
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gerryf

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here's the troubleshoot process

http://support.micro...spx?kbid=308260

My experience is that emptying temp internet files or repairing the scripting engine works most often
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