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JavaScript runtime error: 'WebForm_DoPostBackWithOptions' is undefined

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I wiped my computer and re-installed VS 2010. I pulled up a working website with the login that VS uses by default in the ASP.Net configuration. I receive this error:
JavaScript runtime error: 'WebForm_DoPostBackWithOptions' is undefined

along with the URL string then displays a long list of an ID within the URL such as:
http://localhost:63404/(F(sehp6lmYsUTtUGgiThB0JLTSO5POPyKwe773AxDVMFjXuxuf8lWCG_VYgInmQLRSwzoNn_pqV-QTZl7pMbwU08Aw2Q_cGRoWCYhQ05t4Am-XyvOpT1l7ohkzbLYksdGtfyQlqrnUJWKTH-VKBaMekoNUiOFz4WRUXtH9-e60vnkiAxrYUfaJONnd6BOMfMn60))

I cannot seem to make sense of it. When I display the ASP.net string provider, it does not look right and when I go to test, I also get the error:
JavaScript runtime error: 'WebForm_DoPostBackWithOptions' is undefined

What can I look at?
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Question by:BKennedy2008
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Ivo Stoykov earned 500 total points
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Hi

This is a bug in IE10 and 11 Here is an explanation, patch, etc.

HTH

Ivo Stoykov
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Thank You
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