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Keep getting Error 'a' is null or not an object internet explorer script error

Happens ever time the start the computer an use explorer

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    Every time Windows live messenger is turned on a script error comes on and will not let windows live today open. http://t.msn.com/en-us/home.aspx?ver=8.5...
    "a" is null or not an object

    How do I fix this?
    Richard


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Im willing to guess that this is a glitch with the HP Total Care Advisor utility that appears at the top of the screen. Its happened before with me there and removing it solved the issue for me. (Im on a Compaq, however they install that on Compaq Computers too. Since its HP that is.)

Let me know if removing this utility works for you. Also there is some other stuff named HP you can remove safely from the system that will help eliminate this problem.

HP is notorious for loading in a lot of junk at the factory that is bound to produce errors such as the one you have encountered.

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At that line you have the following javascript code:

var jautw = document.getElementById("ja-usertoolswrap");

This means that your variable jautw searching for object with id=ja-usertoolswrap, which in your html page cannot be found.
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jaToolsHover = function() {

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var jautw = document.getElementById("ja-usertoolswrap");
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this.className="ja-toolswraphover";
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