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Keep getting Error 'a' is null or not an object internet explorer script error

Happens ever time the start the computer an use explorer Every time I boot up I get this :
Line 2
Char 30293
Error 'a' is null or not an object
Code 0
URL http//db2t.msn.com/en-gb/home.aspx?ver=8.5.1302&did=1

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  • Collingridge Dec 05, 2008

    Did exactly what you said, and fixed the problem, thanks.I like you.

  • Anonymous Dec 07, 2008

    Error 'a' is null or not an object internet explorer script

  • muscally Dec 13, 2008

    same problem

    Line 2

    Chaar: 30293

    error: "a" is null or not an object

    code 0

    url: t.msn.com/en-ca/home.aspx?ver=8.5.1302&did=1

    I tried to change the URL and then opening live messenger, and it tells me "this error again" and then says windows live messenger has stopped running.

  • lornamcd Dec 29, 2008

    keep getting Error 'a' is null or not an object internet explorer script error problem,

  • frenchy3134 Jan 02, 2009

    i keep getting 'a' is nul or not an object and i need help to stop it please

  • Man Pun Jan 08, 2009

    I have exactly the same problem, used super antispyware, cc cleaner, restored to previous good setting and oh, did change the home page in the internet option as well but the same thing happens everytime i boot up when its connected to the internet.

  • Anonymous Jan 17, 2009

    I have the same problem,


    still cannot fix it!!

  • sania_sania9 Feb 20, 2009

    i have the same problem ..null or not an object..code 0

  • Brom May 05, 2009

    ive got the same problem but i got it in 1/2 year its really making me angry. please tell me howe to make it work. PS: i'm only 12 years so i'm not so good whits computer so tell me the easy way :)

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This sounds like you need to change your start page. This is easily done by going to your control panel (select classic view on the left if you only have about 8 icons), selecting "internet options" and on the 'general' tab, where 'home page' is highlighted, change it to another url (such as http://www.msn.com). You should just be able to delete it then type the new url. Remember to click apply and OK.

Hope this helps.

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I understand that you are getting the script error. Refer the link for the information to troubleshoot script errors in Internet Explorer:

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

The information contained in the link Applies to
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You may also try reset the Browser and check the operation.

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