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Hi guys, I apologize in advance if this is a question which has been covered previously. I couldn't find a thread.

 

In the past week, whenever I boot up my system and connect to my broadband, the following appears.

 

"An Error has occurred in the script of this page.

Line 15

Char 5

Error Object Expected

Code 0

URL http//www.sharedarchives.com/index php

 

I'm then given the choice between 'yes' and 'no' when asked if i want to continue running this script.

 

When I select 'no', the following appears....

 

Run-time error '401'

can't show non-modal when modal form is displayed..

 

I have never had an internet explorer script error before, and am therefore unsure how to get rid of or round this. I'm also not sure if this is causing harm to my computer.

 

I run Win XP Pro SP1 [still]. I ran all my virus, spyware checks etc. with System Restore off, rebooted and switched SR back on - but I have noticed I still get this script error.

 

Any advice you guys can give would be greatly appreciated.

Annetta :surrender:

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Here's what you need to do...

Open up Internet Explorer, click on Tools, select Internet options, click the advanced tab, and under the Browsing section, be sure that the Display a notification about every script error is unchecked

This is what M$ states ...

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308260

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:pullhair::pullhair:

Hi guys, I've had to raise this again because it's driving me crazy. I've gone to internet options and made sure that the enable script errors box is checked - it has been all along, but this problem is persisting. I just don't know what else to do to get rid of it.

 

When I boot up my computer - every time - this script error appears before I open anything up, and just after I've connected to my broadband. It also appears whenever I open IE or Outlook, I always click on the 'no' option. No matter what I do, for about 2 minutes I can't do another thing as my pc seems to freeze.

 

I must get rid of this somehow - please please can you give me any more advice? :unsure::pullhair::h3lp:

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Follow Joe's advice about unchecking "Display a notification about every script error" and also put a check into the 2 boxes above that...."disable script debugging (other) and "disable script debugging (Internet Explorer). Adding thoes 2 checks will keep that from happening.

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Sorry for the delay in getting back, I was on holiday for a short time.

 

I will go over this again, and report back. I just find it odd that this happens only with that specific error and nothing else.

 

Will let you all know xxx

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I have also looked at the microsoft link.

 

when I go into Advanced options for browsing.

 

I have checked [this is how it was anyway] "Disable script debugging" this is the only option I have, I don't have ''Disable Script Debugging [internet Explorer]?

 

I have also unchecked [as it was also] Display a Notification about every script error.

 

I still get the script error just the same. This is my problem it won't go away!!!

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You really should install service pack two, read this first

http://www3.telus.net/dandemar/xpsp2.htm

Then, update your java if you don't have the latest

http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp

 

Also, get flash and shockwave player too

http://www.adobe.com/downloads/

When your done updating your pc, please post a pit test, here's a guide on how to do that

http://forums.pcpitstop.com/html/helpfiles/techexphelp.htm

 

This will help us help you

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You really should install service pack two, read this first

http://www3.telus.net/dandemar/xpsp2.htm

Then, update your java if you don't have the latest

http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp

 

Also, get flash and shockwave player too

http://www.adobe.com/downloads/

When your done updating your pc, please post a pit test, here's a guide on how to do that

http://forums.pcpitstop.com/html/helpfiles/techexphelp.htm

 

This will help us help you

 

Thanks for this Joe, I'll get back to you. :clap:

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Hi Joe C and Signman,

 

I have completed all that Joe requested me to do in his post above.

 

Here is the link after installation and updating of my machine, and testing......

 

http://www.pcpitstop.com/techexpress.asp?id=4WYYTWPRF6GSA9QG

 

look forward to hearing from you both, and thank you once more for all your help to date - you guys are so helpful xxx

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