internet explorer cannot open the site

  naughtydevil121 22:06 12 Feb 2007
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i get this message when ever i open a particular site from my favourite list.( click here)

then when i logg off IE i get the following msg:-
this window is busy, closing this window may cause some problems - do you want to close it anyway..

  baldtaco 01:38 13 Feb 2007

This is from the trouble shooting link that is in the page you point to:

What is Flash?

Flash is a plug-in (a small bit of software) which allows you to interact with animations, games and other multimedia content. For further information information on Flash and the Flash Player you can visit the Flash Player Support FAQ on the Adobe website..

Flash is available on over 97% of all web browsers and is currently used by several of the Internet’s biggest sites, including Google, YouTube and MySpace.


How to install Flash?

Follow the Get Macromedia Flash Player link to the Adobe site (Adobe provide the Flash Player) and follow the instructions.

If you are having problems with your Flash Player, it isn’t installing correctly or you wish to re-install your Player please visit the Adobe Flash Player Support FAQ which can help you troubleshoot most problems. This provides advice for users with either Windows or Macintosh systems.


What is JavaScript?

JavaScript is a commonly used Internet programming language which enables many websites to provide additional features eg positioning and displaying of certain objects, providing drop down menus, Flash Player detection and validating form fields.

JavaScript is commonly used by the many of the biggest sites on the Internet, including Amazon, eBay and Google.


How do I enable JavaScript?

Internet Explorer – if you are using IE 5 (or later), then please:
• go to the 'Tools' menu and select 'Internet Options'
• go to the 'Security' tab on the panel and ensure ‘Internet’ is selected
• click 'Custom Level'
• on the ‘Security Settings’ panel scroll down and locate the ‘Scripting’ section
• find ‘Active Scripting’ and click ‘Enable’
• click ‘OK’ to save your ‘Security Settings’
• click ‘OK’ to exit the ‘Internet Options’ panel
• and then ‘Refresh’ your web browser (or use ‘F5’)

AOL - users of AOL 7.0 or 8.0 should:
• from the ‘My AOL’ menu, click ‘Preferences’
• click ‘WWW’
• select the ‘Security‘ tab from the ‘AOL Internet Properties’ panel
• click ‘Custom’
• on the ‘Security Settings’ panel scroll down and locate the ‘Scripting’ section
• find ‘Active Scripting’ and click ‘Enable’
• click ‘OK’ to save your ‘Security Settings’
• click ‘OK’ to exit the ‘Internet Properties’ panel
• and then ‘Reload’ your web browser

AOL - users of AOL 9.0 should:
• from the ‘AOL toolbar’, click ‘Settings’
• select the ‘Essentials’ tab and then click ‘Internet [Web] Options’
• go to the 'Security' tab on the panel and ensure ‘Internet’ is selected
• click ‘Custom Level’
• on the ‘Security Settings’ panel scroll down and locate the ‘Scripting’ section
• find ‘Active Scripting’ and click ‘Enable’
• click ‘OK’ to save your ‘Security Settings’
• click ‘OK’ to exit the ‘Internet Options’ panel
• close the ‘Settings’ window
• and then ‘Reload’ your web browser

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