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Every time a site is opened on internet explorer a window of error comes . specifications are line 1392, character 2, code 0, gNewsData(...).url is null or not an object.

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Go to menu Tools -> Internet option -> programs -> complementary modules button and deactivate all modules unverified or not from a weel know company (microsoft, google, etc).

Then, activate module one by one, and test unless the problem appears again. You will find the offending module and deactivate it definitely.

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