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magusbuckley

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Hello:

I just donated my old PC to my mother. For simplicty, she installed AOL. She is running AOL 9.0 Security Edition.

On almost every web page we go to, we are getting runtime errors. The only options I can find are under "Settings", but they don't offer anything like what I find in IE and other browsers.

Does anyone here use AOL or at least know where I can turn off the error checking routine for runtime errors? Mom really gets them on almost every page.

Any and all information will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Magus
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Thef0rce

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I think turning off script debugging in IE may turn it off in aol too.

in IE:

Tools->Internet Options->Advanced-> disable script debugging.

hope it helps.
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If your're constantly getting runtime errors it probably means that one or more of your runtime environments isn't up to date. The most common ones are DirectX from Microsoft Updates and the Java RE from www.sun.com downloads. The runtime environments provide link libraries for running programs.
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