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jerry1967

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http://www.thegolfch...a...x?page=8015

line:25

char:15

error:syntax error

code: 0

an error has occured in the script of this page

Edited by jerry1967, 16 January 2008 - 07:55 AM.

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What message? Only got to the Discussion Board log in page.

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http://www.thegolfch...a...x?page=8015

line:25

char:15

error:syntax error

code: 0

an error has occured in the script of this page
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If you are using Internet Explorer you need to go to Tools>Internet Options and turn report scripting errors off.

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I did this and it did not work!!
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If you are using Internet Explorer you need to go to Tools>Internet Options and turn report scripting errors off.

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I did this and it did not work!!
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I still get no error messages using IE 6 or 7. Try resetting the defaults values for your Internet under the Security tab (click Custom level button to do this) and reset default on the Advanced tab. Possibly try clearing cookies, cache and Internet Temp files from browsers before trying again.

If this doesn't work, will ask for additional tech help as it may be something more than just the browser. You could download and try using Firefox tp see if you have any problem. FF has an IE Tab extension if you need to use IE engine at times.

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I just tried this using IE6 and get the same exact message.

Went to Tools, Internet Options, Advanced and unchecked Display a notification about every script error and it no longer happens.

Please verify that you unchecked the right box.
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I missed mentioning that one.

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[quote name='Ztruker' date='Jan 17 2008, 11:03 PM' post='1137628']
I just tried this using IE6 and get the same exact message.

Went to Tools, Internet Options, Advanced and unchecked Display a notification about every script error and it no longer happens.

Please verify that you unchecked the right box.


yes I did this and I still get the error message!!

Edited by jerry1967, 18 January 2008 - 08:27 AM.

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take Major Payne's advice and get firefox here...install it and if the problem goes away IE is screwed up...
you can then go up or down a version of IE to "reset IE"...
I believe that after using firefox you won't go back to IE ever...

Edited by happyrck, 18 January 2008 - 08:34 AM.

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