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i could use help on this i have aol bb silver with windows xp and recently i have been having problems accessing certain pages on web sites ican access the site but when i press the prompt finger to open the page nothing happens . when pressed the bottom left of my screen says javascript go to (whatever page i am trying to access) and if i move my cursor done appears but nothing happens . on the same site i can access other pages that do not have the above js message. i am not sure if java is at fault but it seems to be the pages that this message appears in l s o screen. ihave tried aol help who have tried various cures mainly in my internet options section in my control panel to no avail. a friend claims that the java icon should be in my system tray with the steaming cup icon showing but this is not the case and i cannot correct this although aol help advised downloading latest java. please help me as my wife is giving me grief because she cant access her fav shopping sites (maybe not a bad thing )
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just read a bit further into this fab site and i think i may have winfixer on my pc could this cause this
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