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Irksome ActiveX Error Message.....


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Avrum10

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I haven't been able to see any pattern other than at some websites it appears but others it does not....when I do get it, here's what I get...

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I click it away and it doesn't seem to have any consequence in terms of the viewing the content of the website, but I would like to figure out what's causing it to appear and learn how to prevent it from showing up ever again. If you can help, please do...THANKS....Alan
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Hi Alan
before you adjust your ie settings, make sure that you know what to do.
This free tool may help you : Windows System Control Center - short WSCC.
Open WSCC and start a search for 'ActiveX'.
Again, make sure that you know what to do !

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Edited by Sariel, 13 May 2010 - 02:34 AM.

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Hi Alan
before you adjust your ie settings, make sure that you know what to do.
This free tool may help you : Windows System Control Center - short WSCC.
Open WSCC and start a search for 'ActiveX'.
Again, make sure that you know what to do !


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Thanks for the reply, Sariel. But, that's the problem...I don't know what to do. I may be wrong but it's my understanding that ActiveX is a component that is needed for certain web-viewing. Any decision to disable or change settings would have to be based on an understanding that I don't yet have. So, I'm reluctant to take any chances on making changes.
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