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internet explore script error
error automation server cant crate object
urll filell c/ progam 20 files/verizon/ocb
95 bbac 25.2d-40u 1-9045
985c55913c 75/ offline dispatcher ntm
also on line 17,39,13 7,9 117
9-config obi is nullor not an object
Most common causes of internet explorer script error iswhere the internet user attempts to access a website with a version of InternetExplorer which is obsolete and outdate. Therefore, in the interests of actuallyaccessing the website in question, the user will need to ensure that theyupgrade their current version of the internet browser.
Posted on Oct 01, 2011
The problem seems to related to a Verizon script. I'm guessing that is something to do with an add-on script to allow operations from a particular Verizon cellphone or network. I would verify that I have the proper version of the script for whatever version of I.E. that you may have or the other way around, verify that the I.E. is compatible with the script. You may need I.E. 7 for this operation. In the meantime you might be able to remove the script via the ' Manage Add-ons ' in the tools section of I.E.
Sometimes, especially in the old days, trying to repair I.E. would lead to greater problems then the original. It would be nice to know what version of Windows you are using and what version of I.E. you are using and whether or not my guess about the Verizon script was correct.
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
re-install the program internet explorer.
or go to ( On your computer ) Start/all programs/accesories/system tools/system information.
From there you should have an option to repair internet explorer.
Mike @ Compurepair.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
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