but just cannot seem to be geting onto it. ive tried various things such as disabling norton, restarting ...
19th December 2006, 18:31 #1
both me and my younger brother have been trying for days to access the following website:
but just cannot seem to be geting onto it. ive tried various things such as disabling norton, restarting my computer, enabling and disabling java but it still does not work. i've also encounTered problems with hotmail too where i cannot seem to delete my emails in my inbox. all i see is the yellow and black exclamation symbol reporting error at the bottom left of the screen. ive also tried installing a new version of java but that to did not work how can i solve this irritating problem?
19th December 2006, 21:31 #2
works for me so must be something to do with your setup - go through your settings carefully and make sure you have everything set correctly
19th December 2006, 21:37 #3
Anyway the website just needs to run an ActiveX control. Its likely that you have IE6 set to not notify you of any pop-up or ActiveX blocks etc. Adding it to your trusted sites list (tools > internet options > security) should allow the site to work. If not you will have to tell IE to (temporarily) notify you when a website wants to install an ActiveX control. To do so go to tools > internet options > security, setting it to medium-high should allow the site to work. If not, try a lower settign but remember to change it back once you have downloaded the ActiveX control.
19th December 2006, 23:35 #4
20th December 2006, 01:08 #5
how about you install firefox and use that?
20th December 2006, 15:12 #6
hi downloaded firefox and i also have teh same problem which is very wierd. ive gone into task manager, process and checked whether javaw.exe and other java processes were runnnig and funnily enough they weren't. could this be the reason why the scripst aren't running?
20th December 2006, 16:58 #7
DW Senior Member
The site that you are trying to access presents you with an ACTIVEX hosting page that needs a plug-in. The java thing is a bit of a red herring.
Inside firefox the webpage asks me if I want to download the activx plug-in which is not what you appear to be seeing.
IE is currently at version 7 so that is one update that you need to do, but I'd also recommend Firefox as a far superior and safer alternative.
20th December 2006, 20:55 #8
30th December 2006, 06:49 #9
maybe the site uses sun java
install the windows version:
may fix it
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