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Thread: MS IE Script error in W2K

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    MS IE Script error in W2K

    Hi, My machine is Windows 2000 Professioanl with SP4 & all patches till date are updated. It has Symantec Antivirus which is also up to date.

    Since today when I open Control Panel I get an scrip error like this.....& after I press OK it woks fine.





    & when I open Add/Remove programmes it's like this.....





    I had scanned for virus, it has't showed any & I have used Adware & have deleted Spywares it has detected.
    Please help me
    --RmS

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    What is the url on the "Internet Explorer Script Error" DialogBox?

    Does it happen in Safe Mode (F8 during startup)?

    Have you tried Last Known Good (F8 during startup)?
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    When I used to use IE, I turned off script error reporting...I think it's under Internet Options/Advanced. Even now that I don't use it, I keep IE script error reporting off. Maybe I shouldn't, I don't know. But I've never found any of the reports to be of any use whatsoever, only annoying.
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    But I've never found any of the reports to be of any use
    It is not of much use when it relates to pages over which one has no control - such as badly designed downloaded internet web pages. Here the error is coming up when accessng Control Panel and with blanked entries in Add/Remove.

    That is why I was hoping the url might indicate the source and a distant bell rings somewhere that this could possibly be related to the Help and Support Centre.
    Take nice care of yourselves - Paul - ♪ -
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