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Internet Explorer Error : SCRIPT5009: ArrayBuffer is undefined

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Hi,  I am receiving an error in internet explorer 9 and under which does not occur on other browsers. It's SCRIPT5009: 'ArrayBuffer' is undefined.

My code is as per the attached file.


The line which breaks is "var array = new Uint8Array(new ArrayBuffer(rawLength));"

Does anyone know if there is a solution or workaround for this?  I require my functionality to work in all browsers.

Thanks in advance for any help.
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