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Runtime Error Occurs in Peoplepc Setup!

I just got a new computer and when I went to install Peoplepc on it at the very end of setup where it is supposed to ask you if you already are a peoplepc member or if you need to join, just before that page comes up a small window comes up saying: a runtime error has occured, do you wish to debugg? When I click yes all I get is a page full of code. If I click no the small window goes away but nothing else happens. Help!

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  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2009

    I have this same problem and i have looked long and hard for a solution to help me and other people with this problem. It seems to be a problem alot of people have with peoplePC when dialing up or during setup. It also seems to only be doing it to newer computers because i use my new laptop and my old pc, only the laptop has the errors
    Error Line:9 Char 1
    Error Line:28 CHAR ?

    and a few more come up every time i try to dialup

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It could be caused by some settings on your browser, I assume you are using Internet Explorer? it may still be using old files from its cache instead of retrieving the newer versions from the site or setup. try deleting all of IE's temporary internet files by going to tools menu, select internet options, then click on delete cookies & delete files buttons, if it is IE7 click on delete all, then refresh the page view. if error still persists, then it is a fault with the page. also, the page you're viewing may have a genuine Javascript error. still on the tools menu, go to internet options, click on the advanced tab. tick the option "disable script debugging" (internet explorer & other) under browsing, you can also try unchecking the box "display notification about every script error", click apply & ok, restart IE for all the changes to take effect.

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