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After upgrading from W8.1 to W10 I developed this problem -- I get repeated popups of the Script error screen shown in attachment. It recurs every few seconds. How do I stop it. Thanks. ..batpark

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Hi,

 

Does this script error occur when you use any other browsers?


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Gman147: Since posting this issue I have upgraded my operating system from W8.1 (where I was using Firefox) to W10 (where I am now using IE).

 

I have already see that "script is busy" pop up a few times but  not often and not every few seconds as before. I'll check back if it recurs.

Thanks for your help.


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Gman 147: I am still trying to answer your question: Does the error message occur with other browsers? Hope to assenble that info soon.

I appreciate your help.


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Gman147: Thanks for your patience. FWIW ... I do NOT get these script error interruptions when using Chrome; I get them with increasing frequency with IE. ...batpark


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Gman147: Thanks for your patience. FWIW ... I do NOT get these script error interruptions when using Chrome; I get them with increasing frequency with IE. ...batpark

 

That's what I was thinking. Are you using the latest version of IE?


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Gman147: FWIW, my IE is 11.162.10586.0. batpark
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Gman147: FWIW... my IE version is 11.162.10586.0                    batpark


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Gman147: FWIW... my IE version is 11.162.10586.0                    batpark


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Gman147: FWIW... my IE version is 11.162.10586.0                    batpark


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A couple of days ago I go this response notice from Brandoncarr:

 

          :geek :geek :Up geek

 

but that Message did NOt appear in the thread to which it was referenced.

 

Would Brandoncarr please clarify his comment? Thanks.  ....batpark


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