Adobe and Javascript error message

Why do I get the attached error message when I have the most current adobe file and have Javascript active?  Thank you -
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
have you got an example link and which browser are you using?
mebaby333It AdminCommented:
did you try a different browser?
Sometimes you have to humor Flash and uninstall what you have (even if it is the latest) and then reinstall.  

Concerning JavaScript look in IE Tools|Internet Options|Security tab|Custom Level|are "Active Scripting" and "Scripting of Java Applets" Enabled?

The message is a little strange in that is combines two different apps (Java script and Flash).    And is the layout as your screenshot indicates (two windows)?

Have you scanned for viruses?

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dpsmithersAuthor Commented:
I copy the link from Explorer and pasted into Chrome - it works fine.
Chrome has Flash built in.
Did you enable Script in IE as suggested ?

Is this happening on several links or just one?  Can you post the link?  I still find the message a little strange since it combines messages about two different apps.
mebaby333It AdminCommented:
I would check your addins on IE and scan for malware...
If you have been able to access that site using IE in the past, try a System Restore to date before the problem started.

As has already been asked, what version of IE are you using.  Perhaps update to IE11.
dpsmithersAuthor Commented:
I use IE 11

And I cannot access the site -
"try a System Restore to date before the problem started."
dpsmithersAuthor Commented:
I won't be able to tell if System Restore helped until the error message appears again -
"I won't be able to tell if System Restore helped until the error message appears again "
Does that mean you no longer get the error message when you try to access the site using IE11?

If you still have the problem, can you tell us the site?
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