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AOL Runtime error

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I'm not sure if this belongs here or not, but everytime my moms computer tries to access sites, there are random debugging messages saying that there is a Runtime error in the Script that keeps pooping up, but everytime i hit debug, it says that it cannot debug the extension. Heres exactly what it says:

RunTime Error

Line: 44
Error: Object Expected

Debug: Yes or No

I hit yes

heres the other window that pops up

Just-In-Time debugging

An Exception 'RunTime Error' has occured in Script

However, no debuggers are registered that can debug this extension. Unable to JIT debug

So i just click out of both windows. This would be a big deal but it happens 90% of the time you switch the page. This error only happens in AOL and not in anyother internet browser (why she doesn't just use internet explorer I'll never know) and the page still works even with that dumb window, its just annoying the crap out of me because she keeps bitchin to me about it because she is a Computer Tard. Please help me with this crap or at least tell me where to post this THANKS.
Sep 27 '06 #1
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I am having the same problem. It is annoying all the time, and sometimes, the site will not respond despite exiting the debigging windows.

Accessing the sites through IE works, but is not an option as AOL is in integral part of my business.
Oct 23 '06 #2

Banfa
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Isn't AOL based on IE?

if it is there should be a option in the options to disable script debugging
Oct 24 '06 #3

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There are two settings in AOL.

From the Toolbar:

Settings > Internet (Web) Options > Internet Explorer Settings > Advanced > Scroll down to Browsing > Check Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer) and Disable script debugging (Other).

Hope that works.
Oct 27 '06 #4

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I have just upgraded my computer to Windows Vista (from XP), and I now get the same error. I had AOL 9.0 before that and never had any problems. I even get an error about the Just in time debugging if I access the AOL website through internet explorer. And that is a killer b/c I have my mail account through them, and when the error pops up, the whole IE window closes.

Just-in-time debugging is a Java thing, if I'm not mistaken, so It could be that it is a combination of the version of Java Virtual Machine that is on the computer and Windows Vista.
Aug 15 '07 #5

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There are two settings in AOL.

From the Toolbar:

Settings > Internet (Web) Options > Internet Explorer Settings > Advanced > Scroll down to Browsing > Check Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer) and Disable script debugging (Other).

Hope that works.
Thanks, Teguz! These incessant script errors had become very irritating and I had already tried disabling the IE script debugging with no success. The trick as you have identified is BOTH kinds of script debuggging must be disabled, then unload & reload AOL, and voila! ... errors are gone. Thx again,
Kirk
Dec 27 '07 #6

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Thanks, Teguz! These incessant script errors had become very irritating and I had already tried disabling the IE script debugging with no success. The trick as you have identified is BOTH kinds of script debuggging must be disabled, then unload & reload AOL, and voila! ... errors are gone. Thx again,
Kirk
Thanks a lot for this, was screwing me up all those pop ups!!

forester
Jan 2 '08 #7

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Thanks Teguz,

Not sure why these runtime errors started popping up, but the fix was easy and no need to reinstall or download anything.

THANKS,

Todd
Nov 6 '08 #8

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teguz, u were spot on, with help, cheers
Jan 3 '09 #9

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