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JS enabled but does not function (script blocking?)

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Hi

After having some problems installing NAV2004, my javascript support stopped
working. Currently I've unisntalled all antivirus programs on my PC (as it
wont install properly).

I'm an experienced user, and I've enabled js-support everywhere in IE6, but
when i try to use js in a webpage or while browsing the internet, it says I
don't have javascript enabled.

I suspect the NAV didn't remove some Script blocking functionality (the
uninstall couldn't complete without errors), but does anyone know how to
remove this manually, or where to look "deep" for the javascript settings?
(the tools > internet options ARE configured correctly - unfortunately).

Thanks in advance!
Kasper
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Hi

After having some problems installing NAV2004, my javascript support stopped
working. Currently I've unisntalled all antivirus programs on my PC (as it
wont install properly).


Have you tried using the windows repair utility?

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Jul 20 '05 #2

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> > After having some problems installing NAV2004, my javascript support
stopped
working. Currently I've unisntalled all antivirus programs on my PC (as it wont install properly).


Have you tried using the windows repair utility?


No, but I'm about to! I was just hoping that some little trick would do the
job, but it doesn't look like that's gonna happen :-(

Kasper
Jul 20 '05 #3

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