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Active x controls

Whenever i try to download from the net a goldenbar appears on the top of the page (your security settings dont allow active x controls)how to get rid of this

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I will give you a small step that you may try.
Open the Internet Explorer - On the top Click on the tab "Tools"-Under the dropdown click the last option "Internet options"

In this window you will find a tab on the top as "Security"
On the bottom left you will see a slider bar - Pull it down to "LOW"
****If you do not see the slider bad, click on the option "Default" and you will get it.
Click Apply and Click OK. Restart the computer and try again.

Note : This steps lowers your security and allows all the active X on the computer. Most of the spywares also use the medium as Active X, so please calculate the risk before you try the step.

I hope this should resolve the issue you are facing.


Posted on Nov 28, 2007


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