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The error is with the HTML code on that specific web-page. Whoever created that page has made a mistake on line 21. There's nothing you can do about it and it does not mean there is a problem with your PC. The only way that error can be corrected is by the page owner having that line corrected. This is by no means an unusual problem. All you can do is suppress these script error messages in your web-browser's advanced options. In Internet Explorer you can do that in the following manner:

1. Start IE & go to "Tools-->Internet Options, then click the 'Advanced' tab

2. In the 'Browsing' section tick these two options:
"Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer"
"Disable script debugging (other)"

Edited by phillip22, 27 October 2008 - 04:45 AM.

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