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Problems with RealPlayer 10

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I used Ccleaner to fix the Issues that it found, and yes, you can make a backup before making any of these changes. I am still having problems with web pages having script errors. At least I think that is what it is. I have done some Googling and Microsoft had an article about dealing with script errors and I tried the suggestions I could with out having to repair Windows XP or something like that. My computer came with the software installed and on a partition of my hard drive, so I don't have a Windows XP CD. Also, with my dial-up modem, it would take a long time to get my Windows updated to SP2, so I was hoping I could find a fix for all of these script errors that I am encountering.

Do you have any other suggestions or should I post in another section of this forum?

I appreciate all of the help you have given me and I have cleaned up my computer, but I still have the Adware.Gator and these script problems and I wonder if one or the other might be part of my RealPlayer problem.

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Sorry. Was out of town. I know gerryf has been addressing some realplayer issues in the 2000,xp forums. Start a new thread there and give a link to this thread. I think you're cleaned up for the most part. Tell him that I sent you over there. Keep me posted. :tazz:
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