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Runtime error while surfing

Posted on 2006-07-19
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For some reason at times I get a "Run Time Error' while connecting to a URL. If I choose not to debug the page opens without a problem. I faintly remember this happening a long time ago and it was because I set something to check for errors, but I do not remember what I did.

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gonzal13(joe)
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i suspect you mean that you are using "internet explorer" and you are getting "scripting errors" (its always a good thing to know what youre doing). goto "extras", "internet settings", last tab (something like "advanced"), uncheck an option like "show script errors"
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Amigo:

You were right. The problem is solved. Thanks for the help I really do appreciate it.

Joe
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