Need fix fot [ Internet Explorer Script Error.]

When I try to bring up skype I get this msg.
[Internet explorer script error]
Line: 2
Char: 130744
error: Expected
Code: 0
URL: http://apps.skype.com/skypehome/?uiversion=5.3.0.108

Is there a fix for this????

pupuli
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pupuliAuthor Commented:
If I remove IE 7 and download IE7 again would that fix problem???
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Martin81Commented:
You can try disabling script debugging. Go to Tool > internet options > click the advanced tab at the top, then under browsing check 'disable script debugging' , and also check 'display a notification about every script error.
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redblackhawk007Commented:
Try disabling script debugging from internet options.
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Martin81Commented:
just spotted an error in my original post, it should say '... and also uncheck 'display a notification about every script error.'
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pupuliAuthor Commented:
To Msrtin81 & redblackhawk007, I already did what you suggested and it did not work.
This script error is only happening to skype. When  every I try to bring skype upI get the error msg. and I can see that skype is just loading and loading and does not come up, except the error msg.

pupuli

I am using IE7 so if I change to IE6 then change back to IE7 would that fix that problem???
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Martin81Commented:
Yep rolling back to IE6 then reinstalling IE7 has sorted quite a few problems for me in the past. You might also want to try IE8 or IE9 if that's an option.
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pupuliAuthor Commented:
sorry for late comment , found out I need a Rt. Inguinal Hernia surgery...trying to get laproscopic surgery...better when your 80 yrs old.

Thanks, pupuli
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pupuliAuthor Commented:
Oh!! forgot...uninstalling IE7 then reinstalling IE7 worked,

agn thanks pupuli
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