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Internet Explorer "error on page"

Installed new pc (win 7 64 bit) and now can’t open pages within IE9. Uninstalled IE9 and tried IE8 (same result) I am receiving the following message when trying to open anything from within IE8.  
Receiving “error on page” cal2.js
I did try IE9 64 bit and the files opened correctly a couple times but this stopped working also.
Installed another computer at the same time and IE is working fine.

This leads me to believe it is a profile issue (active directory).


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8/22/2022 - Mon

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Errors on this webpage might cause it to work incorrectly

No such interace supported
cal2.js                                          Line: 566
Code: 0                                        Char: 9


strange its trying to run some java stuff. Downlaod superantispyware and do a full scan on the pc for malware/spyware.

Try loading firefox. If firefox works then it MAY be you have soemthing coming from a virus or group policy. Are you sure there is no proxy and the machines ip settings are correct

>>strange its trying to run some java stuff.

Pardon me, but JavaScript (cal2.js) is not Java.
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Visit http://validator.w3.org/ and enter the URL to your website - it will be validated.

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While testing some last applications that were installed, we figured out it was wangimg that was causing the issue. We had to start from our base image and install 1 app at a time until we found it was wangimg. Uninstalling the app would not correct the problem.

Perhaps wangimg is a 32-bit app that will not run under 64-bit Windows?
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