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Ever since upgrading to ie 7 I get constant script errors on every web page I goto. I have tried reinstalling ie7 and it still occurs. Any ideas on how to fix this problem????? I am operating with windows xp
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If you get a pop up box for the errors, on a web page, click tools, internet options, advanced, tick disable script debugging, untick display a notification about every script error, click apply, close IE
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have already done that in my tools......any other ideas???
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Is it a pop up box or shown in bottom left
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it pops up....as i went to reply I got one it stated:
Line:2
Char:1457
error: object required
Code: 0
URL: http://www.geekstogo...a...=5&t=153118
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On advanced, disable debugging for other, click apply

Click tools, internet options, delete, delete all, tick add ons box, close the re-open IE
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i have also done that........not working
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I have the same problem. I fear trying this suggestion as I can't do anything until I tell the script to stop. (the pop-up asks me to wait or stop it)
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I also read to use TFC to clean temp files, etc. but it's unsigned. Anyone know a safe one to use?
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