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RUN TIME ERROR 35761

briansovi
We are using the easybrowsing ver.6.2.4b cybercafe billing system.Most of the time it crashes and the run time error pops up it stops counting how do we resolve this problem.
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    CaptBilly1Eye

    Are you running SpyHunter software? If so, you're issue may be related to that. Here's more info:
    http://tinyurl.com/3aql24
    Even if you don't, it might provide some insight.

    The runtime error you are receiving is often related to an internet connection issue at the server's end. However, Your situation may be due to Spyware, Adware or Malware.
    Try emptying your Internet Cache* and then doing a scan and clean using either X-Cleaner Micro and/or Ad-Aware (both for good measure). Both are free.

    X-Cleaner Micro:
    http://tinyurl.com/357tuu

    Ad-Aware:
    http://tinyurl.com/lvov4

    * To empty the Internet Cache - if you are using IE7, open to a browser window, click on Tools, select Internet Options, in the Browsing History section click on Delete and then in the next menu click on Temporary Internet Files 'Delete Files.'
    If you are using IE6, click on Tools, select Internet Options and then under Temporary Internet Files click on the Delete Files button.

    If you're nervous about removing things found by spyware scanners, you can always create a System Restore Point as a safety net.

    Let me know the outcome.
    If the issue persists after removing everything found by Ad-Aware and X-Cleaner Micro, please provide the following:
    Operating System.
    Type of Internet Connection.
    How you are connected (router, direct, etc.).
    and anything else you think may be helpful.

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    CaptBilly1Eye

    Are you running SpyHunter software? If so, you're issue may be related to that. Here's more info:
    http://tinyurl.com/3aql24
    Even if you don't, it might provide some insight.

    The runtime error you are receiving is often related to an internet connection issue at the server's end. However, Your situation may be due to Spyware, Adware or Malware.
    Try emptying your Internet Cache* and then doing a scan and clean using either X-Cleaner Micro and/or Ad-Aware (both for good measure). Both are free.

    X-Cleaner Micro:
    http://tinyurl.com/357tuu

    Ad-Aware:
    http://tinyurl.com/lvov4

    * To empty the Internet Cache - if you are using IE7, open to a browser window, click on Tools, select Internet Options, in the Browsing History section click on Delete and then in the next menu click on Temporary Internet Files 'Delete Files.'
    If you are using IE6, click on Tools, select Internet Options and then under Temporary Internet Files click on the Delete Files button.

    If you're nervous about removing things found by spyware scanners, you can always create a System Restore Point as a safety net.

    Let me know the outcome.
    If the issue persists after removing everything found by Ad-Aware and X-Cleaner Micro, please provide the following:
    Operating System.
    Type of Internet Connection.
    How you are connected (router, direct, etc.).
    and anything else you think may be helpful.