Access To PCA Forums

  David4637 16:27 23 Sep 2011

I can not access the above unless I have Internet options/Security/Custom Level/Scripting/Active Scripting/ DISABLED. This has happened in the last couple weeks on 2 PCs, one W7 and one XP. No changes to software during time. This is OK but now my Building Society says on the logon dialog box, that it wants Javascript enabled. Therefore I have to disable it for PCA and enable it for the building Soc. NOTE: most web sites work OK on Enable, so what has PCA DONE? Any comments suggestions gratefully received Thanks David

  rdave13 17:29 23 Sep 2011

Is your flash player up-to-date?

  Graphicool1 18:23 23 Sep 2011


I am running Windows 7 - IE9 with 'Active Scripting/Enabled' and I have no problem accessing the PCA Forums.

  David4637 09:43 24 Sep 2011

rdave13 Thanks but how do I find out whether flash player needs updating? Thanks David

  birdface 10:04 24 Sep 2011

Go into Add Remove and it should tell you what version of Flash you have installed.

I think this is the latest version for I/E

  birdface 10:08 24 Sep 2011

This should show you what version you are using in the little square box.

Watch when you download Flash updates that you do not download other programs that may come bundled with it.

  David4637 14:59 24 Sep 2011

Thanks, am down loading the latest Version (IE), W7 64 Bit. Does the original have to be removed first Version (IE)? Do you think this will allow allow PCA forums to work with scripting enabled? Thanks David

  rdave13 15:48 24 Sep 2011

PCA won't work with version 10 64 bit. Once you install that then uninstall it again. Make sure you have no programs running that need flash,such as messenger.

Download active-x for Windows 64-bit – for Internet Explorer only here.

  Forum Editor 23:41 24 Sep 2011

Our site will work perfectly with Flash version

You don't have to remove a previous version when updating.

  rdave13 04:07 25 Sep 2011

Fe, going by my own experience only, IE9 64 bit needed to close when I opened this site using Flash The 32 bit version of IE9 worked OK. I now have AFP 11 Active-x 64-bit with Adobe Flash Player 10 Plugin and the site works perfectly in 64 and 32-bit.

Of course it could be just my set-up.

  David4637 20:46 26 Sep 2011

I installed Flash Player (IE), 64 bit for my W7 64 Bit,but I STILL need Active Scripting DISABLED to access PCA. Whatelse could I try? Thanks David

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