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Ive just downloaded 2 window updates, the first was jscript v5.6 and the second was an update for internet explorer 6, since doing this i can't seem to get on one of my favourite websites, when i try to, i get a window message saying theres a problem with the java applet, it wont load to my computer, the 2 updates i installed are not uninstallable, any suggestions please.....:-(
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by:cempasha
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on internet explorer go to
tools -> internet options -> advanced -> restore defaults

try this, it might help you
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by:CyberGhost
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Maybe there's a new update avaliable to download. If not, then you maybe could review MSIE security settings and change it to not to disable applets and stuff like that.

But you have to be aware of doing it because your browser can become unstable and damage your system. Not because of browser's errors but because of dangerous Java applet.

regards
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by:CyberGhost
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Maybe there's a new update avaliable to download. If not, then you maybe could review MSIE security settings and change it to not to disable applets and stuff like that.

But you have to be aware of doing it because your browser can become unstable and damage your system. Not because of browser's errors but because of dangerous Java applet.

regards
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by:war1
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Greetings, keepa!
   Looks like the website is looking for a Java Script and cannot implement it on your computer. Jscript v5.6 may have not been install correctly. Uninstall this program. Does the website work now?

Best wishes, war1
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by:keepa
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thank you all so much, it was the website with the problems, eventually it told me it was down due to maintenance, i panicked as it didnt seem work after downloading the updates, sorry for wasting any of yours time, and once again thnx :-)
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not a problem, thanx for the updated information,
can you please post a question to Community Support to close this question
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i dont mind for refunding
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Refunding the points to the questionner

Thanks cempasha !

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