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Ran CC cleaner and still get the error on that site.
Isn't there a way to roll back to IE6? I don't remember how.
Would it be worth a try?
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Sure thing. IE7 should be listed in Add\Remove. If you uninstall, it'll simply go back to IE6.

Edited by Broni, 13 November 2008 - 12:41 AM.

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It's populating the list now. (Big list)
Thanks for hanging in there with me
Will report back on results. Only mildly optimistic since Firefox was funky for me on that site,too
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That didn't eliminate the problem, either. This one's a little pesky
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try this
http://www.geekstogo...h...nload&id=50

it has fixed my run time error with this tool. hope it fix urs aswell
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Thanks, I'll give it a try
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That didn't seem to fix it either
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might be that... website doesnt support your browser have you tried firfox? or other browsers?
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Thanks for the response.
Yes and got errors with Firefox, too. (see above)
At work, I get it on their computer with IE6, my kids' computer gets it on my home network.
The site is a major city radio station.
What's weird is I only (so far) have found the problem on this site.
I get the error when landing on the site. Don't even get a chance to try the streaming link.
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Here's what I've tried so far.
Removed IE7 back to IE6.
Removed and reinstalled Firefox This did remove the error noted above and allowed me to open the straming player. However, it wouldn't play and the player controls didn't display
All of the items in the thread above
Right now, I'm running Malware Bytes.
I'll post back any results
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See, if same thing happens in Safe Mode with Networking.
What AV, and firewall do you use?
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Will check that when I get home at midnight.
I use Trend Micro and frequently use additional redundant systems on a manual basis.
Interesting thing when I tried again this afternoon on newly installed Firefox.
The previous error was gone and the streaming window opened up but all I got was this message
"transferring data from.my.clearchannelradio.com" That was at least an hour when I had to leave for work.
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Started in Safe Mode with Networking. Site loaded without the runtime error.
However, the stream wouldn't play
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Reinstall Firefox one more time, but this time go for "clean install": http://kb.mozillazin...talling_Firefox
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Will do that when I get home at midnight and report back.
It's like I have a conflict between something on their site and something on my computer
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