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pushmeaway69

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Hello everyone I amnew to this site and I have found some very helpful information on here on cleaning out your system from Spyware and Adware...I wanted to see if anyone can help me on here...

When I go to some sites they will not display correctly and I will get a message that says "Your current security settings prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page. As a result, the page may not display correctly." I have researched online to get this fixed but I have been unsuccessful...It is driving me crazy...Thanx!!! :tazz:
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Open Internet Explorer
On the menu-bar, click Tools -> Internet Options.
Click on Security tab, next make sure Internet zone is selected, then click on the Custom Level button.
In the Security Settings Windows, under ActiveX Controls and plugins, make sure the following are enabled:
Run ActiveX Controls and Plugins
Binary and script behaviours.
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Thanks Darth for helping me out...I did what you said and Run ActiveX Controls andPlug Ins is enbled,but there is no option where it says Binary and script behaviours.
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