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Firefox. Ebay Problem


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Lateral Thinka

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Hey,

I'm having problems with eBay, when trying to search
i always get a download message saying i need to
download Search.Dll, i download it, not sure what it does.

I would appreciate if you could advise me to get rid of this
pesky download message so i can browse on eBay.

My first thoughts was Mozilla Firefox playing up. But i tried
Explorer and it didnt work either. I changed to an earlier version
of Firefox, still didn't work.

When i get on, this whole page of writing pops up, about cookies and other such ramblings.

Please, Help

Sincerely`Lateral'`Thinka

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SRX660

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Do you have javascript unchecked in tools/options/content in firefox? If it is checked you may have your internet security settings set too high in IE, or the SP2 security settings.

In my firefox 1.5 i do have quite a few errors in the javascript console but they don't seem to affect my surfing habits and i usually delete them every other week or so.

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Lateral Thinka

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Yes my javascript is checked, it could by settings too high i'll have a look.

Edit later- Sorry my analysis is that the above has not worked im afraid.

Edited by Lateral Thinka, 18 November 2006 - 12:07 AM.

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