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Internet Explorer Scrit Error


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turnerjd

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Hello everyone. I am new to this and I am having a problem with Internet Explorer 7. On various websites I get an error box that pops up and says:

Internet Explorer Script Error

An error has occuried with the script on this page

Line: 64 (actually this line number changes from page to page and sometimes I will get multiple errors on a page with different line numbers)
Char: 2 (this also changes)
Error: Not enough storage is available to complete this operation
Code: 0
URL: usually a long string of characters that indicates the webpage I am on.

Do you want to continue running scripts on this page? Yes or No


That is what the popup window says. These are some additional symptoms that might help someone figure out what the heck is going on:
I do not get any of these errors while using Firefox.
I uninstalled IE7 and reinstalled it and it is still having the same problems. I have used Norton to scan my system multiple of times and only find the occasional tracking cookie.
While using OWA to remotely check my email, the system gets the above error while trying to run spell check. I then attempt to cut and paste the text into MS Word, but the cut and paste funtions will not work. However, when using Firefox the spell checker works fine.

It would seem like to some I should just stop using IE and stick with Firefox, but I am required to do online training from time to time for my job and the website we have to use only suports IE. Netscape and Firefox are not supported.

Any help any of you can provide will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
JT
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