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remedy error

pop up blockers must be disabled to use this application
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BillDL

8/22/2022 - Mon
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jcimarron

techp--What happens if you just proceed?  Much of the time if I ignore that popup, I can access the items I want on the website just fine.
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if i proceed i got another error
jcimarron

techp--I assume this is happening on only one site.  Correct?.  
Do you want to give us the URL of the site?
Do you have the same problem using another browser?
What browser are you using?
What happens if you disable popup blockers?
Do you have any third party toolbar (like Google, Ask, Yahoo, etc.) installed?  If so uninstall.
Is this something fairly new?  If so, perhaps a System Restore.
Have you scanned for virus, malware?
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techp--I assume this is happening on only one site.  Correct?.  yes
Do you want to give us the URL of the site?no
Do you have the same problem using another browser?yes
What browser are you using?ie
What happens if you disable popup blockers?same error
Do you have any third party toolbar (like Google, Ask, Yahoo, etc.) installed?  If so uninstall.already uninstalled
Is this something fairly new?  If so, perhaps a System Restore. ..not now
Have you scanned for virus, malware? updated
BillDL

Is this a website that you have created?
techp

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NO
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BillDL

I'm afraid this question feels too much like a TV quiz show where we have to guess something by asking questions and figuring it all out from Yes/No answers.  The behaviour is only from one website and it affects different browsers, so it's clearly an issue with the website but we don't know what site and therefore cannot look at the code to figure anything further out.  I'm sorry, but I don't have anything to suggest because it would all just be hit-and-miss guesswork.