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Why do my web browsers ask me to enable Javascript


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steve farmery

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In Firefox or I.E when I try to access some web-pages they tell me Java-script needs to be enabled, it is enabled in both!! so why do they insist it isn't?

Nothing I do will stop this..

I can't enable what is already enabled.

I have followed everything to the letter, and STILL they ask..

Both my browsers state that Java-script is enabled, but the sites still insist it isn't..!

What is going on here?
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Neil Jones

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Which sites in particular?
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after you enable java, some browser will ask you to refresh your browser
so just close the browser and open it back up and it should work.
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HI Neil, In particular the BBC i player site and a free proxy server site I use..
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after you enable java, some browser will ask you to refresh your browser
so just close the browser and open it back up and it should work.


Thanks, I did that already but still no luck.
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