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Hello Nigel, Try to set the proxy in the browser. Open Google chrome >>To the right of the address bar at the end is a wrench type icon click on it >>Almost at the bottom of the list it says options click it >> click on the tab that says "under the hood" >> next click the button that Change proxy settings >> in the next box that pops up click on "never dial a connection" >> next click on the LAN button >> next ensure that all check boxes are clear, with no check marks in them click OK >> then click OK again that should bring you back to the Google chrome options box >> click close Then close out chrome now wait about 10 to 15 seconds to allow for chrome to recognize the new settings >> Reopen chrome and you should be able to use it just fine. I hope this solution will helpful for you. Keep Smiling & Keep Using Fixya
If you use Internet Explorer as your Web browser, chances are you have experienced, or will experience, popup script errors. Typically, a dialog box may appear stating "A Runtime Error has occurred. Do you wish to Debug?" or "Internet Explorer Script Error. An error has occurred in the script on line 1. Do you wish to continue running scripts on this page?" These errors can be distracting and interfere with your Web browsing experience. If you would like to stop receiving these error messages, you must modify your IE settings.
Open IE, select "Tools" and ten choose "Internet Options." The Internet Options dialog box will open. Click on the "Advanced" tab, scroll to the "Browsing" section and then select the "Disable Script Debugging" box.
Clear the "Display a notification about every script error" box under the same section if it has been selected. Click "Apply" and then choose "OK" to modify your IE settings. You will receive no more IE script error notifications. Hope this helps.
This solution addresses Spy Sweeper 6.1 and Webroot 2011 (version 7.0)
The Webroot Client Service must be running on your computer in order for Webroot software updates to function. If your updates are failing, follow the steps below to make sure the Client Service is started on your computer.
Follow the instructions for your operating system. For Windows XP:
Click the Start button, then click Run. The Run box opens.
In the Run box type services.msc and press OK. The Services window opens.
For Windows Vista or 7:
Click or the Start button.
Type services.msc in the Start Search box and press the enter key. The Services window opens.
In the Services window, scroll down and locate Webroot Client Service.
Right-click on the entry for Webroot Client Service and choose Properties from the menu that appears. The Properties box for the service will open.
In this window, locate the Startup type. If it is set to Disabled, use the drop-down menu to change the setting to Automatic and click OK.
Make sure that you have the proxy disabled in the lan settings: Top right wrench tool button --> Options --> Under the Hood --> Change Proxy Settings --> LAN Settings --> Uncheck use Proxy server for your LAN. Hit okay. Close Chrome, open it back up and see if that works.
open google chrome to the right of the address bar is a wrench icon, click on it. almost at the bottom of the list it says options, click it
click on the tab that says " under the hood " next click the button that says change proxy settings in the next box that pops up, click on "never dial a connection" next click on the LAN button next ensure that all check boxes are clear, with no checkmarks in them click ok then click ok again
that should bring you back to the google chrome options box click close
close out chrome wiat about 10 to 15 seconds to allow for chrome to recognize the new settings reopen chrome and you should be able to use it just fine
Several OSs have no-execute or execute protection. Microsoft has added this as well in SP2 with data execution prevention (DEP).
This precents code execution in memory regions already marked as
storage. This is a powerful tool against buffer overrun exploits.
If a program is failing and you want to disable DEP to see if that
is the cause. Here are the steps. (Just disable DEP for the program in
question… don’t disable it for your whole system.)
1. Click Start
2. Select Control Panel
3. Select System
4. Click the Advanced tab
5. In the Performance region select Settings
6. Click the Data Execute tab in the dialog box that opens
7. Select Turn on DEP for all programs and services except for those I select
8. Click Add.
9. The open dialog box will open. Browse and select your application.
10. Click Open
11. Click Apply
12. Click Ok