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Internet explore 7 shows the above message when going to www.whereis.com.au

I have tried to enable script and ActiveX also is enabled.
I have tried enabling everthing but this does not fix the problem.
The website just comes up as loading. There is a error on the left corner.
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jcorserAsked:
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TimAllanConnect With a Mentor Commented:
1. Reset IE's settings.  Go to Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced tab
2. Click on Restore advanced settings
3. Click on Internet Explorer settings.

Close IE, start it up again.  Navigate to www.whereis.com and press Ctrl-F5 to reload it from the server.

good luck
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jim_cook87Commented:
Are Java and Flash up-to-date on that workstation?
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jcorserAuthor Commented:
Yes I have updated to the latest Java and Flash.
Still the same problem.
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
IE7 doesn't like the javascript on the page.  IE8 and Firefox3.6 like it just fine.  If it's important to you, you will have to upgrade or use Firefox.
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ong-hhCommented:
In IE6 or IE7, perform the following steps.

Select Internet Options... from the Tools menu
Select the Security tab
At the top of the dialog box, select Internet as the Web content zone
If there is a slider bar, move the slider to Medium
or
If the security level is Custom:
Click the Custom Level ... button at the bottom of the page
The Security Settings window opens
Scroll to Active scripting in the Scripting section and select Enable
Click OK
In Mozilla Firefox 2.xx, perform the following steps.

Open the option preferences
For Windows Users:
From the menu bar select Tools >> Options...
For Macintosh Users:
From the Firefox menu, select Preferences...
From the Options window, select the Content icon. Check the "Load images automatically", "Enable JavaScript" and "Enable Java" checkboxes.
Reload the current page.
In Safari 2.x, perform the following steps.

From the Safari menu, select Preferences...
When the Preferences open select the Security icon.
Check the "Enable plug-ins", "Enable Java" and "Enable JavaScript" checkboxes.
Reload the current page.
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jcorserAuthor Commented:

In IE6 or IE7, perform the following steps.

Select Internet Options... from the Tools menu
Select the Security tab
At the top of the dialog box, select Internet as the Web content zone
If there is a slider bar, move the slider to Medium
or
If the security level is Custom:
Click the Custom Level ... button at the bottom of the page
The Security Settings window opens
Scroll to Active scripting in the Scripting section and select Enable
Click OK
In Mozilla Firefox 2.xx, perform the following steps.

Open the option preferences
For Windows Users:
From the menu bar select Tools >> Options...
For Macintosh Users:
From the Firefox menu, select Preferences...
From the Options window, select the Content icon. Check the "Load images automatically", "Enable JavaScript" and "Enable Java" checkboxes.
Reload the current page.
In Safari 2.x, perform the following steps.

From the Safari menu, select Preferences...
When the Preferences open select the Security icon.
Check the "Enable plug-ins", "Enable Java" and "Enable JavaScript" checkboxes.
Reload the current page.


I have tried above.

Thanks
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jcorserAuthor Commented:
I will try IE8
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lenamtlCommented:
Are you on a network, some security policies of network can prevent scripts running...
If it's the case ask your IT guy to help you with this

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jcorserAuthor Commented:
This fixed the problem on IE 8 & reseting
the default settings.
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