01-09-2013 06:02 AM
WHEN LOGING ONTO INTERNET EXPLORER I GET A MESSAGE THAT SAYS "OBJECT ERROR" THE ONLY WAY TO GET OFF THIS PAGE IS TO CTRL ALT DELETE AND START THE TASK MANAGER AND END THE TASK. HAS ANYONE ELSE RECCEIVEDTHIS MESSAGE BEFORE AND IF SO WHAT DO I DO TO FIX IT? HP TOLD ME IT WAS A SETTING THAT NEEDS TO BE CHANGED BUT WOULDN'T TELL ME WHICH SETTING AS MY WARRANTY EXPIRED 3 MONTHS AGO. I CHANGED MY HOMEPAGE AND IT DOES ALLOW ME TO GET THAT FAR. BUT, IF I WANT TO GO TO ANOTHER PAGE IT WILL SHOW THE MESSAGE AGAIN. CAN ANYONE HELP ME WITH THIS? I WOULD APPRECIATE IT LOTS.
01-09-2013 08:42 AM
This might help.
There are a couple of suggestions,
I work on behalf of HP.
01-28-2013 12:33 AM
Your solution http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308260 Please let me know if this resolves your issue ok. If it doesn't then I will post the fix for it. There is a tool that Iyogi uses that dissables all your browser add ons. If you use browser guards or advisor tool bars you such WOT tooll bar will need to reintall them. I will asked them for the tool web-site next time I connect to them. I should have paid more attention but they move about my screen so fast. I watched them use it but I did not get see where they downloaded it from. It is more advance then our serivices on our computers are. So let me know ok. Thank you frrw. Mine was caused by an unkown site tool bar add on. One of those hidden attachments. Ounce he dissable all Internet Explorers add ons my Iternet Explorer worked. We enabled only the ones we really needed. frrw.
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