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Javascript errors when trying to open shutterfly website.

Posted on 2014-01-29
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I did everything possible, Cleaned out the cache and cookies and temp files.

uninstalled java and reinstalled a earlier and more stable version. Used all 3 browsers Mozilla, Chrome and IE on the same machine and still the same problem.

Reset IE and still nothing.

It keeps getting a java script failure.

created a new profile and still the same.
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by:Tom Beck
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Confusion of terms here. Post title says "javascript" but it sounds like you are uninstalling/re-installing the java browser plugin. Two different things. Javascript is built into every browser and you don't get a choice as to the version. Uninstalling/re-installing javascript by itself is not an option. But it can be turned off in the browser settings.

Is it just the Shutterfly site?

Can you post the error, a screen shot at least?
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by:Davis McCarn
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What version of SBS are you running?

And, Search Protect causes this problem.  Is it Programs and Features or Add or Remove?
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SBS2011 and search Protect is not there in programs
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What is the exact error message and are there any entries in the event viewer that might relate?
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