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Solution: When you get errors at startup and shutdown or while accessing any page, look for unknown JS or HTML files. I got this issue few days back and found that these unknown JS and HTML files lying in the startup and shutdown folders were causing the problem. After deleting these files I was able to launch and close Dreamweaver without any JS error message windows.
The startup folder should have only 6 HTML pages and 2 JS files with a freshly installed Dreamweaver.
The shutdown folder has only 2 HTML pages
Note : There might be a file which could be useful if you are running scripts at startup or shutdown, so I would suggest keeping them as backup before deleting from the above locations.
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