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Rectifying IE script error

Question : Every time when I sign in to MSN messenger I get this message:

"Internet Explorer Script Error. An error has occured in the script on this page.

Line: 455
Char: 3
Error: object doesn't support this property or method
Code: 0
URL: http//t.msn.com/en-my/default.aspx?
Do you want to continue script on this page? Yes/No"
How do I fix it?

Answer : This either means that there's a bug in the script on that page, or the software being used is out of date. To attempt to solve it, download and install the latest version of Internet Explorer (IE). The latest version of IE can be found at windowsupdate.microsoft.com or at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/default.mspx -- just point to "downloads" and select the latest version of IE from there.

All too often, when people update the operating system, they forget to update the browser. This will break compatibility with a lot of pages and applications which attempt to use functions that are only available in the latest versions. Because of this, the browser should be updated when the operating system is updated.

If the error still occurs after the browser is updated, then it's a good bet that there's a bug in the script on that page.

 
 

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