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I have Internet Explorer 7. When visiting some web pages I frequently get a large yellow box saying there's a "problem writing scripts to this page." Reference is made to a certain Line #, with "access denied." It then asks whether or not I want to continue. I usually click "yes" but sometimes the notice keeps reappearing and I have to close Explorer and start over again.

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  • jeremymhughe Dec 28, 2008

    Thanks, Patemi! As you suspected, my Java was way out of date!

  • jeremymhughe Dec 30, 2008

    Patemi - I thought it worked, but the script messages are back again in full force. Any other ideas?

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Reset your ie settings from internet options->advanced->reset..and also restore advanced settings... but beware that resetting will erase all autocomplete data and saved passwords

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Update to latest Java on www.java.com

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    Sorry for
    the delay finding your request: this returning behavior is bringing me the
    suspect of some hijacking or spyware module.

    To check it pls run your updated Antivirus + download, install and run spybot or if
    you have a certain experience try (also) this
    removal tool


    If your system is clean or if you prefer try this first, reset IE7 to default
    settings as Prodigy85 recommends.

    Reset to default in Security tab and in Advanced tab
    In Programs tab "Manage add-ons" select "add-ons currently loaded in IE" disable older java add-on (you can always restore later) and any other entry you can suspect from removed application or unwanted program.
    Last option is to remove all the addons or reinstall IE7 or upgrade to IE8









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    Pat Batta Jan 23, 2009

    The text before Sorry was introduced by server. pls discard

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  1. In your browser, click the Safari menu > Preferences.
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6. Click the "Use Current Page" button in that box.

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8. Close and open Firefox. You should see your new home page.


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