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Error In Internet Explorer

By jbeaucaire ·
I am using WIN XP, and get either very slow response or an error message when going to web sites using IE version 6. Does anyone know of a problem with IE 6, that causes the MS report error to show up when going to different sites. When i use another computer with WIN2K & IE 6 and go to the same computer I get there without any error so it is not the site.

Any Help would be great!!


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by DKlippert In reply to Error In Internet Explore ...

Go to Tools>Internet Options.
Choose the Advanced tab and put a check in Disable script debugging.

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by jbeaucaire In reply to

This was already done.

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by Kumaran In reply to Error In Internet Explore ...

To troubleshoot the problem,

Step 1: Disable Script Debugging:
Open Internet Explorer, click Tools and select Internet Options.
2. Click the Advanced tad and check [tick] the box for ?Disable Script Debugging? under Browsing.
3. Click Apply and Ok.
4. Close Internet Explorer and open again.

If that does not help then

Step 2: Remove Adware/Spyware files

When this error comes up there will be a link [or button] which says ?To see what data this report contains ? clicking that it will give a detailed error report where it will reference some file name like wsystem32.exe. In this case, take the file and put it in google and check what software or application it is related to [99% will be a spyware file]. You may also check the file at

In this case, download, install & run Ad-aware from

The best known tool to remove Adware/Spyware files from system.

If the problem still remains,

Step 3:

Go to Control Panel - Add/Remove Programs and remove Gator, Smart tag support for internet explore [if found].

If the problem still persists,

Step 4: Upgrade / Repair Internet Explorer

Even still the Error appears, try to upgrade Internet explorer to the latest version [IE6.0 SP1a].

If you have the latest version then repair Internet Explorer as given in the following MSKB

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by jbeaucaire In reply to

I tried all but the last one #4. Nothing seemed to help even applying the default IE settings. I will download the latest version of IE and see if that helps.

Thank you for your suggestions

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