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Javascript error: error on page

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Before I start, I want to thank anyone who reply's to this.

Ok, the problem..

I have 2 PC's, both working correctly (so I think) but one can't access a certain link. This link being a pop which is javascript enabled. Once clicked on, you get the typical waiting before windows decides to bring up the error. Of cause, many of you would of seen this error (white sheet, with a exclamation mark in a yellow triangle on top) which shows a small icon and says "error on page".

Ok, the tricky part. The site works fine on my second PC which has the same setup. Just different CPU speeds. I've done the normal checks, spyware, virus's etc.. I've updated java, downloaded it again, reinstalled IE, even reinstalled the OS with a repair installation. I would try firefox, but I want to use IE.

So, the answer..?

Thank you again,

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Can you post up your code for a sec. I'll check it out and see if I have any problems. Check your advance options in IE. Do you have your active x and javascript options on? Thanks. Hope I can Help

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