Internet Explorer Scrit Error

  newilliamson 17:56 24 Aug 2009

When booting up my computer with Windows Vista Home
Premium O S I always have " ! An error has occurred in the script on this page." message show up on screen. As follows:-
Line: 1
Char: 7
Error: Invalid character
Code: 0
Url: htt://

Do you want to continue running scripts on this page?

Yes No

I do not have any response whether I click yes or no. Can anyone inform me what it is all about, please? Thank you. N.E.W. PS Also, how can I stop it?

  GaT7 18:52 24 Aug 2009

In IE > Options > Advanced tab, check to see that the following under 'Browsing' are ticked/unticked click here. Change if necessary & save by clicking on Apply & OK. Reboot to see if the problem persists. G

  newilliamson 21:33 08 Sep 2009

Sorry it has taken so long to reply but your advice
did not work! I have since un-installed Internet
Explorer 8 but the problem still occurs every time I
boot up! Do you have any other advice I can try
please? Thank you.


  birdface 00:24 09 Sep 2009

Not the slightest bit of difference.Still the same.


  birdface 00:15 10 Sep 2009

Hi do you have IE7Pro add-on or Winpatrol on your computer.

  birdface 19:34 12 Sep 2009

Hi.You have to post your replies on here so others can see what is happening.
As you don't have Winpatrol or IE7pro Add-on downloaded it does not matter,
I had the same problem using XP home and it was Winpatrol which had stopped a Microsoft program from running.Which was the problem.
Have you had the problem a while.Would a system Restore fix it out.Remember if you try a system restore you will loose everything that you have downloaded since the restore date.

  newilliamson 16:16 13 Sep 2009

I am going on a week or so holiday so I will think
about your 'System Restore' suggestion whilst away.
Thank you.

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