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Error display settings

Please help me again my computer got a problem in times i try to refresh it theres an error appairing it says YOUR CURRENT SETTINGS PROHIBIT RUNNING ACTIVE X CONTROLS ON THIS PAGE.AS A RESULT,THE PAGE NOT DISPLAY CORRECTLY..what shall i do please help me..thank you..

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Ok open your browser, top of page go to TOOLS, then INTERNET OPTIONS, then advanced. go down that screen and activate the active x controls .


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