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NO OS stated (XP , VISTA OR W7/8/10? must i guess?
NO IE stated,hit Help about version??
try to know that most web sites are blocking old IE versions
for sure most XP and Vista version;
see why posting not telling what you have makes this so hard?
try doing on a new PC, see it work
on all W8 and 10
W7 need, IE version 11,
and even mighty NF goes down time to time,so use the TV to see netflix, does that fail too (smart TV)?> or smart Blue ray player,.?
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.
If you have the same operating system, same internet explorer version (from any page click the help button on top of page and select "about internet explorer" to see), and same version of Adobe reader then you might consider running a virus scan. I.E is a target for malware.
HTTP Error 403 is an error message which means that you are not
authorized to view the web page which you are attempting to load.
Usually, the HTTP error 403 - Forbidden means that
access to the file/folder you are trying to open has been denied, either
on intention or owing to a configuration anomaly. You could attempt
using a proxy website if the access is blocked intentionally.
Well sir make sure of one thing that you should be connected to the network you have created for your wireless.
If you are using windowsright-click on the two small computer icon located in the system tray at extreme right-hand side corner of your computer screen and then left cilck on view available networks and select the network you are using enter the password(if any) and click connect.
The message will apppear you are now connected to the network.
Open Internet Explorer page and you will be navigated to your home page automatically.
Try going into your control panel & uninstall your Internet explorer, then re-install it. IE7 uninstall can be found in the main add-remove program window, IE6 uninstall can be found under the add-remove windows components part of the add-remove programs. To re-install IE7, though, you need to go to windows update to download IE7 again. This won't be a problem because uninstalling IE7 automaticaly returns you to IE6