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sys.invalidoperationexception sharepoint: Could Not find update panel id Ct100_panelZone

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Hi There

I'm using sharepoint 2010 where I get the following error message - sys.invalidoperationexception sharepoint: Could Not find update panel id Ct100_panelZone

There was a webpart that was partially removed. We tried removing all the webparts on the page as directed in other forums. We are also unable to remove this particular subpage

Any ideas

James
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This is a AJAX javascript error generated probably because you have removed the update panel from the page in the code somehow.  
It sounds corrupt - how can you "partially" remove a webpart?

Have you edited the page in a text editor or Sharepoint Designer?   Can you restore a previous version?
If not it might be worth starting with a new  page.
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