Error with script

Hewlett-packard / Pc098a-aba m1070n
April 3, 2009 at 07:55:32
Specs: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, 2.8 GHz / 511 MB
I have recently had a LOT of these error messages while navigating the internet. Sometimes it's very severe. Other times only a nuisance. But now I am unable to load a PDF file for the 941 for 2009. 'An error has occurred in the script on this page.' Please help, anyone!

Katrinka


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#1
April 3, 2009 at 09:43:31
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308260
How to troubleshoot script errors in Internet Explorer 6 and in Internet Explorer 7 on Windows 2000-based, Windows XP-based, Windows Server 2003-based, or Windows Vista-based computers

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#2
April 4, 2009 at 09:34:00
Chuck 2 thank you for the response. I have checked most of these issues already, and as far as settings go I have changed nothing prior to this occurring. It has begun within the past couple of weeks. Most of the time when I get this error message I just click 'yes' to continue with the page and all is well. However, when I do so when trying to load the PDF document for the 2009 941 form, it just remains a blank page. I've had other quirky problems with this computer prior to this (lost my CD and DVD drive, having problems with computer starting and rebooting, etc.) and have been told to restore computer to a date prior to all these problems. This computer has had very little use, but now it's my only one since I have had two other computers crash since last November (election day). I have always maintained them pristinely, with doing updates, downloads, virus scans, clean-ups, etc., and am basically only doing business and not goofing around with games, videos, music, etc. These computers were not networked or file sharing at all, so I am stumped. I do have a back up external hard drive, so if this crashes, too, I will just have to get another computer I guess. I know it sounds weird, but I think my backup drive is causing some of the booting problems sometimes. Just a feeling. Thanks for your help . . . think I've got bigger problems than I can fix, but it feels good to vent! I went 8 years with NO PROBLEMS with my computers at all, and then it seemed everything began in 2008 with my virus scans crashing (although no viruses detected) and it has just snowballed through now 3 computers. My AV software (System Suite 9) support says I should restore to previous date.

Feels good to share my troubles, but it's a bigger mess than I am up to fixing, and our business has just gone under so will just have to struggle with this until my computer really truly gives up the ghost and then take it from there. Thanks!

Katrinka


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#3
April 8, 2009 at 15:45:09
Hello, everyone, I hope I can help you others with this problem. I contactec system suite and they said I needed to disable data vault, which I did. This solved the problem. I have emailed them to find out what the data vault is and if this will be a problem in the future. But it has taken care of my script error messages. It was a real problem, as I sometimes just had to leave a website that I had previously been able to view with no problem.

also, the issue with my pdf document was an outdated version of adobe reader . . . . I do not know how this occurred, but I updated my reader and all is fine with my pdf document now.

katrinka

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