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Javascript error "No such interface supported" on IE 6.0

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When i try to open javascript links, such as games, it gives me the message "no such inteface supported".  I have windows XP home edition. I heard that this happens on IE 4.0 sometimes, but i have 6.0.  I've already also tried to fix it by running regsvr32 actxprxy.dll and regsvr32 shdocvw.dll and restarting my computer, and got the messages i was supposed to. This still hasn't fixed the problem.  Is there any way i can just reinstall java files, or is something else the problem?
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by:Zyloch
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Hi

Are you sure it's because of the Javascript links, or because of your computer's support of Java or something else?

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Zyloch
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by:GenkakuHime
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Thanks! I just reinstalled IE like the first article suggested as a last resort. It works fine now! Thanx!
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by:jaydgus
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The fixes in this thread helped us resolve browser hangs when using Telerik third party controls.

Excellent finds!
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