URGENT: cannot enter the javascripts links

Posted on 2004-04-05
Last Modified: 2013-12-29
Well, I have a problem with som links that in the stats bar says "javascript()..."

When I click, nothing happens.

Also I have installed Norton AntiVirus 2004, and after installing it, a configuration wizard appeared, and when I pushed "Next",nothing happened again.

Please help me, it's very important
Question by:fabiotrinco
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Download the latest from here:
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If you need a jvm - click here:
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Get rid of NAV 2004!!

Even if the box says so it is NOT recommended for Win9x/ME systems.

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Are you running IE6?  if not - update your browser to the latest...
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Disable firewall and any pop-up blocker

try deleting temp files ,cookies and history

disable and enable javascript for your browser

check this PAQ http:Q_20551189.html
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nycon99 earned 129 total points
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The problem is with your version of Internet Explorer.
click start then windows update, it its not there start Internet Explorer and goto
Install all craitical updates listed. you might need to reboot a few times. Keep doing this until all the critical updates are installed

<edited out by CetusMOD, per http:help.jsp#hi99 and http:help.jsp#hi106>

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Thanks for all of your comments

I forgot to say

-My system is fully updated with Win Update
-Before I asked I downloaded the java software, it is still the same

What is wrong then?
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You might try this:

Click Start->Run>Notepad "%systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc\hosts

Add the following line

Click File/Save

You may need to have them reboot it...

A new root certificate:

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it says that the file does not exist
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Okay - then just open notepad and type

and then click File/Save As

With the quotes, so it doesn't toss the .txt extension on there...

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Any of theese finctioned, ifound the ansewr by reinstalling windows :(

Thanks anyway

(I´ll split the ponits)

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