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AVINASHDAWAR

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I am using intrnet explorer 6. Whenever I am opening yahoo mail, I get a message "error on page" However, the page opens and again there is a message " done but with rrors on page". This computer is for my personal use and I am using windows 98 se. This problem has come up only a week back. Any suggestions.

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Ax238

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Hello Avinash,

It's probably a problem with Yahoo's website. You can disable the notifications by doing the following:
  • In IE, go to Tools | Internet Options
  • Click the Advanced tab
  • In the Browsing section, make sure that the following are true:
    • "Disable Script Debugging (Internet Explorer)" is checked/ticked
    • "Disable Script Debugging (Other)" is checked/ticked
    • "Display a notification about every script error" is unchecked/unticked
  • Click OK
Regards,

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Thanks for the suggestion. However it has not helped. Any further suggestions.

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This might help, from Microsoft:
How to troubleshoot script errors in Internet Explorer 6 and in Internet Explorer 7 on Windows 2000-based, Windows XP-based, Windows Server 2003-based, or Windows Vista-based computers
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