Problem with ActiveX

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Elaine Hirst, Nov 22, 2003.

  1. Elaine Hirst

    Elaine Hirst Guest

    can anyone help me out, this is driving me crazy.......When I try to connect
    to Windows update or enter chat rooms, I get the message "your security
    settings do no allow ActiveX, this page may not display properly" and also
    when I try to install a patch I have from microsoft I get the message that
    my encryption is not enabled either. I have tried lowering my settings,
    with no result, I have reset my IE to its default settings, I have even done
    a system restore to no avail. I have come across one other person with this
    problem who reckons it might be a dll file missing and an ADS file or
    something, which does not enlighten me. I have IE5 and run Windows XP
     
    Elaine Hirst, Nov 22, 2003
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  2. Elaine Hirst

    Mcap Guest

    First question WHY IE5 on XP?

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    Mcap, Nov 22, 2003
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  3. Elaine Hirst

    °Mike° Guest

    Windows XP with IE5?!


    On Sat, 22 Nov 2003 19:34:04 -0000, in
    <xSOvb.2208$>
    Elaine Hirst scrawled:

    >can anyone help me out, this is driving me crazy.......When I try to connect
    >to Windows update or enter chat rooms, I get the message "your security
    >settings do no allow ActiveX, this page may not display properly" and also
    >when I try to install a patch I have from microsoft I get the message that
    >my encryption is not enabled either. I have tried lowering my settings,
    >with no result, I have reset my IE to its default settings, I have even done
    >a system restore to no avail. I have come across one other person with this
    >problem who reckons it might be a dll file missing and an ADS file or
    >something, which does not enlighten me. I have IE5 and run Windows XP
    >


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    °Mike°, Nov 22, 2003
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  4. Elaine Hirst

    pcbutts1 Guest

    You have IE6 not 5.

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    "Elaine Hirst" <> wrote in message
    news:xSOvb.2208$...
    > can anyone help me out, this is driving me crazy.......When I try to

    connect
    > to Windows update or enter chat rooms, I get the message "your security
    > settings do no allow ActiveX, this page may not display properly" and also
    > when I try to install a patch I have from microsoft I get the message that
    > my encryption is not enabled either. I have tried lowering my settings,
    > with no result, I have reset my IE to its default settings, I have even

    done
    > a system restore to no avail. I have come across one other person with

    this
    > problem who reckons it might be a dll file missing and an ADS file or
    > something, which does not enlighten me. I have IE5 and run Windows XP
    >
    >
     
    pcbutts1, Nov 22, 2003
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