Re: IE 6.x (XP Home) issues

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by AKPilot, Jun 29, 2003.

  1. AKPilot

    AKPilot Guest

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    "Paul - xxx" <> wrote in message
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    > AKPilot deftly scribbled:
    >
    > > I got two issues that are rather annoying, searched high and low with
    > > no answer in sight.
    > >
    > > First: Script Error notices
    > >
    > > I already have "Disable script debugging" selected and "display a
    > > notification about every script error" DEselected in advaned options,
    > > yet they still show up, anyone have any ideas how to fix this?? It
    > > seems they show up due to my various popup stopper programs (doesnt
    > > matter which version...happens to all of them)

    >
    > I'd uninstall the "various popup stopper programs", reboot run IE on it's
    > own and see how bad it gets. Then install one popup stopper, re-boot and
    > try again. Do the same for whichever ones you want until you find the
    > culprit that's causing the script errors.
    >
    > It seems to me that if you run IE and "various popup stoppers" that there
    > may be a conflict or a setting in one app that triggers or negates a

    setting
    > in another app .. ;)
    >

    Will try that

    > > 2nd Issue: I am acustom to using new windows with my favorates (IE:
    > > Links Folder ---> 2nd Folder under that ----> Link in my past
    > > machines, would open the link into a new window, everything I have
    > > done so far, including Uncheck "Reuse windows for launching
    > > shortcuts" doesnt work

    >
    > Try the above .. run a plain version of IE, after rebooting and see what
    > happens when you add further apps .. ;)
    >

    How do i go about doing that? not sure how i can run a "plain version" of
    IE, i have tired numerios times to uninstall IE and then try downloading the
    install's, but i can never succeed in installing, if its not one error, its
    another, I then end up just reinstalling though the control panel


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    > ...................................Paul-xxx
    >
    >
    AKPilot, Jun 29, 2003
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  2. AKPilot

    Paul - xxx Guest

    AKPilot deftly scribbled:

    >> AKPilot deftly scribbled:
    >>
    >>> I got two issues that are rather annoying, searched high and low
    >>> with no answer in sight.
    >>>
    >>> First: Script Error notices
    >>>
    >>> I already have "Disable script debugging" selected and "display a
    >>> notification about every script error" DEselected in advaned
    >>> options, yet they still show up, anyone have any ideas how to fix
    >>> this?? It seems they show up due to my various popup stopper
    >>> programs (doesnt matter which version...happens to all of them)

    >>
    >> I'd uninstall the "various popup stopper programs", reboot run IE on
    >> it's own and see how bad it gets. Then install one popup stopper,
    >> re-boot and try again. Do the same for whichever ones you want
    >> until you find the culprit that's causing the script errors.
    >>
    >> It seems to me that if you run IE and "various popup stoppers" that
    >> there may be a conflict or a setting in one app that triggers or
    >> negates a setting in another app .. ;)
    >>

    > Will try that
    >
    >>> 2nd Issue: I am acustom to using new windows with my favorates (IE:
    >>> Links Folder ---> 2nd Folder under that ----> Link in my past
    >>> machines, would open the link into a new window, everything I have
    >>> done so far, including Uncheck "Reuse windows for launching
    >>> shortcuts" doesnt work

    >>
    >> Try the above .. run a plain version of IE, after rebooting and see
    >> what happens when you add further apps .. ;)
    >>

    > How do i go about doing that? not sure how i can run a "plain
    > version" of IE, i have tired numerios times to uninstall IE and then
    > try downloading the install's, but i can never succeed in installing,
    > if its not one error, its another, I then end up just reinstalling
    > though the control panel


    By plain, I mean without any pop-up stoppers, extra spell-checkers, nothing
    else running except a plain system .. ;)

    Use Ctrl - Alt - Delete button to 'End Task' all extraneous apps .. ;)

    --
    ....................................Paul-xxx
    Paul - xxx, Jun 29, 2003
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  3. AKPilot

    Guest

    "Paul - xxx" <> wrote in message news:<bdnn11$uebcf$>...
    > AKPilot deftly scribbled:
    >
    > >> AKPilot deftly scribbled:
    > >>
    > >>> I got two issues that are rather annoying, searched high and low
    > >>> with no answer in sight.
    > >>>
    > >>> First: Script Error notices
    > >>>
    > >>> I already have "Disable script debugging" selected and "display a
    > >>> notification about every script error" DEselected in advaned
    > >>> options, yet they still show up, anyone have any ideas how to fix
    > >>> this?? It seems they show up due to my various popup stopper
    > >>> programs (doesnt matter which version...happens to all of them)
    > >>
    > >> I'd uninstall the "various popup stopper programs", reboot run IE on
    > >> it's own and see how bad it gets. Then install one popup stopper,
    > >> re-boot and try again. Do the same for whichever ones you want




    Hi,

    I suggest you to repair Internet Explorer and then try enabling the
    deselect option for script.

    The following will guide you through repairing Internet Explorer 6
    when running Windows XP. Please be advised you will need to close all
    browser windows (including this one and EarthLink 5 if you're using
    it) to proceed, so you may want to write down or print these
    instructions:

    1. Click on Start.
    2. Go to Run.
    3. Type SFC /SCANNOW and hit Enter.
    4. Follow the onscreen instructions.

    Thank you.

    Suraj
    > >> until you find the culprit that's causing the script errors.
    > >>
    > >> It seems to me that if you run IE and "various popup stoppers" that
    > >> there may be a conflict or a setting in one app that triggers or
    > >> negates a setting in another app .. ;)
    > >>

    > > Will try that
    > >
    > >>> 2nd Issue: I am acustom to using new windows with my favorates (IE:
    > >>> Links Folder ---> 2nd Folder under that ----> Link in my past
    > >>> machines, would open the link into a new window, everything I have
    > >>> done so far, including Uncheck "Reuse windows for launching
    > >>> shortcuts" doesnt work
    > >>
    > >> Try the above .. run a plain version of IE, after rebooting and see
    > >> what happens when you add further apps .. ;)
    > >>

    > > How do i go about doing that? not sure how i can run a "plain
    > > version" of IE, i have tired numerios times to uninstall IE and then
    > > try downloading the install's, but i can never succeed in installing,
    > > if its not one error, its another, I then end up just reinstalling
    > > though the control panel

    >
    > By plain, I mean without any pop-up stoppers, extra spell-checkers, nothing
    > else running except a plain system .. ;)
    >
    > Use Ctrl - Alt - Delete button to 'End Task' all extraneous apps .. ;)
    , Jun 30, 2003
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  4. AKPilot

    AKPilot Guest

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    <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > "Paul - xxx" <> wrote in message

    news:<bdnn11$uebcf$>...
    > > AKPilot deftly scribbled:
    > >
    > > >> AKPilot deftly scribbled:
    > > >>
    > > >>> I got two issues that are rather annoying, searched high and low
    > > >>> with no answer in sight.
    > > >>>
    > > >>> First: Script Error notices
    > > >>>
    > > >>> I already have "Disable script debugging" selected and "display a
    > > >>> notification about every script error" DEselected in advaned
    > > >>> options, yet they still show up, anyone have any ideas how to fix
    > > >>> this?? It seems they show up due to my various popup stopper
    > > >>> programs (doesnt matter which version...happens to all of them)
    > > >>
    > > >> I'd uninstall the "various popup stopper programs", reboot run IE on
    > > >> it's own and see how bad it gets. Then install one popup stopper,
    > > >> re-boot and try again. Do the same for whichever ones you want

    >
    >
    >
    > Hi,
    >
    > I suggest you to repair Internet Explorer and then try enabling the
    > deselect option for script.
    >
    > The following will guide you through repairing Internet Explorer 6
    > when running Windows XP. Please be advised you will need to close all
    > browser windows (including this one and EarthLink 5 if you're using
    > it) to proceed, so you may want to write down or print these
    > instructions:
    >
    > 1. Click on Start.
    > 2. Go to Run.
    > 3. Type SFC /SCANNOW and hit Enter.
    > 4. Follow the onscreen instructions.
    >
    > Thank you.
    >
    > Suraj


    Tryed that, and still nadda, doesnt seem to affect IE in any way, any other
    ideas?

    I tired uninstalling IE, then downloading latest, but that doesnt work
    either
    AKPilot, Jun 30, 2003
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