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Out of memory at line 126

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Hopefully someone will have an easy fix for me. My son's pc gets the error "Out of memory at line 126" when trying to access webpages. The pc has WINXP. When internet explorer is clicked, his homepage comes up correctly (Cartoon Network). However, when any item is selected on that page, we get the error. We also get it if we type in a different address to navigate to. Can someone please offer a fix? Thanks!
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Two things you can try since this is a javascript error.

1. turn off javascript in the browser to see if it stops. You may not be able to access some websites but you will know why. You can turn it back on laterif you want access to some websites. This may be just a malformed script on a favorite website you go to.

2. Delete all cookies in the temp internet files as there may be a open script in a cookie causing this.

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