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This appears to be a known issue. My recommendation would be to update to Internet Explorer 9 which was released today. Internet Explorer 7 is highly unstable and I update it on my client's computers every chance I get. If you can't get Internet Explorer 9 because you are running XP, then I've included a download for Internet Explorer 8.
Internet Explorer 9 Link Internet Explorer 8 link
Windows Internet Explorer 9 has been installed as a system update in the operating system, and as such can be removed from the Uninstall an update control panel menu. To get there click the start orb in the lower left corner of the screen, and then Control Panel in the right menu. Locate Uninstall a program in the Control Panel and click on the entry.To uninstall Internet Explorer 9 click the View Installed Updates link in the upper left corner of the screen. This opens a listing of Microsoft updates that have been installed on the computer system. Right-click on Windows Internet Explorer 9 and select uninstall from the context menu. To complete the uninstallation, the computer needs to be restarted in the end. After restart ur pc Run reginout cleaner to clean it's registry files
why you are getting this issue means because of the internet explorer.
>please go ahead and uninstall the internet explorer 8.0 from the add/remove programs
>restart the computer
>then the internet explorer 7.0 will open by default
>now try to access the facebook and the issue will get fixed.
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The reason is that you are using Internet Explorer. The best thing you can do to enjoy the Web more and get a lot less viruses, is to not use Internet Explorer.
Install Opera or Firefox and the site should load without issues. I have been using Opera for years and it is the best browser for me, but Firefox has the advantage of being more extendable, there are lots of cool things it can do. Either one is much better than IE.
You wont actually have any control over that one. Since you are having problems with a web-based email or a webmail, all the design and coding for that specific site is only handled by your mail provider and that is AOL. Since you are having problems with this kind of error what you could do is notify AOL of the problem that you are getting so that they could check it out and rectify the issue on their server.