When I try to run the EasylinkAdvisor setup, I get the message "Stop running this script?". It mentions that "A script on this page is causing Internet Explorer to run slowly. If it continues to run, your computer might become unresponsive." The options are Yes or No obviously. If I click No, the error repeats. If I click yes, it just stays on the setup page. I have no idea what script is running and why the program will not let me get beyong the setup page. My system has WinXP Pro w/SPK3, an ASUS motherbaord w/ AMD Athlon X2 5000+, CA Security Center from CABLEVISION and everything else works fine on the system. I suspect The CA Security Center software may be the problem. The WRT54G worked previuously before I reconfigured to it's present state. Any help here would be appreciated...
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Re: Stop running this script?
Reset the wrt54g. Do not use the EasylinkAdvisor Setup. Restart your whole system. That should work. If that did not work, call linksys technical support. If they cannot help try this http://technicalsupport.blog.friendster.com
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Anonymous, we'll need a whole lot more information in order to help you. "Scrip" means "money", so I'm guessing you mean "script", which is a series of commands. The script might be in your browser, in your word processor, or in some other program, or it might be directly in Windows. We can't tell from your description. What is the actual message you're seeing, and when do you see it?
Common script errors messages can be eliminated by Clicking:
1. Open Internet Explorer.
2. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
3. In the Internet Options dialog box, click Advanced.
4. Click to select the Disable script debugging check box.
5. Click to clear the Display a notification about every script error check box.
6. Click OK.
There are situations when a Web page contains script that takes an unusually long time to run.
There will be a warning message after a certain number of statements has been processed.
The solution is to increase the default number of statements,before the warning is given
1.Go to Start/Run/type :regedit
Open this key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\InternetExplorer\Styles
(If the Styles key is not present, create a new key that is called Styles.)
2.Right click anywhere in the right pane and create a new DWORD value called "MaxScriptStatements"
(copy and paste that in to the name box) and set the value to the desired number of script statements.
Try 8,000,000 to start with.
Be careful editing the registry.Back up the key first.
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Scripts are normally incorporated into web pages by developers for different purposes which may be useful to you or not. however they slow down internet activities and if speed is a factor to you, the you should try to avoid them by clicking stop script for such messages
Close your internet browser and restart your computer. If the message appears again, make sure to click on "Stop running". Download a plugin called Adblockplus if you are using Mozilla Firefox. Otherwise, get a really good antivirus. I recommend using Avast since it's free.
You should uninstall the program and reinstall it. Before you reinstall it run a spyware and anti-virus scan and make sure something isn't influencing the program, and after reinstalling it if you encounter the same issue you will have to have your registry repaired. I won't suggest any programs to repair the registry, as it is a very... dangerous thing to mess around with.
Hopefully it works after being reinstalled, it sounds like you might just have a corrupt file. It happens on windows pcs.