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Javascript links dont work!


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brabs666

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Hi,

Links on web site that require javascript dont appear to work on my Internet Explorer anymore!

For example, on this web site on the forums page i cannot click on the numbers in the "replies" column, when i click on them nothing happens but it displays the javascript attempting to be executed in the bottom left like it would when you hover over these kind of links!

has anyone got any ideas about what this might be? I have run all of the recommended scans.
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udlc

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I have the same problem can someone please help, I CAN'T LOG-IN TO MY ONLINE CLASSES.
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I think I had the same probs. I typed these into the Run command section:

If you go to RUN in the start menu, then type in the following commands:

regsvr32 urlmon.dll
regsvr32 jscript.dll
regsvr32 wshom.ocx
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brabs666

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Hi,

Thanks for the response i got it working using what you said.

However, now my norton antivirus 2005 is acting up. When i try to use something such as Mysql or update AVG anti virus noton asks for you to give the program promision and when you say allow promision nothing happens! The computer just hangs for agers and sometimes never recovers so have to do a manual turn off!

Any ideas?
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