internet explorer won't completely open page

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by nicholasmjb, Sep 1, 2004.

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  1. nicholasmjb

    nicholasmjb Registered Member

    My internet explorer won't open my bank web page. I called the bank and they said to take google toolbar off. That didn't help. I have cleaned out the temp file, cookies and history but it still won't open that page. I can open it on my other computer. I have windows 98. Thanks for any help
  2. bigc73542

    bigc73542 Retired Moderator

    do you have your javascript disabled?
  3. nicholasmjb

    nicholasmjb Registered Member

    I don't know. I can open the page using Netscape.
  4. nicholasmjb

    nicholasmjb Registered Member

    I went to a web page that said if you can read this page your javascript is working
  5. bigc73542

    bigc73542 Retired Moderator

    go to internet options/security/custom and check if your activex is set anything like this

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  6. nicholasmjb

    nicholasmjb Registered Member

    Yes. I do not have the bianary script. Under Automatic prompting is disable
    download sined prompt It is on medium
  7. bigc73542

    bigc73542 Retired Moderator

    I hate to admit I am not exactly sure what to tell you unless you have a popup stopper or ad blocker that is blocking it like the google tool bar had. I would sure check to make sure it is not one of those apps. stopping you.
  8. nicholasmjb

    nicholasmjb Registered Member

    Thanks I'll check it.
  9. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

    Even tho the site you visited said your javascript is working ....have you checked to see if Active Scripting is enabled ?

    Also....if you don't mind giving the name of your bank web page we can look at it and determine if indeed IE is the cause.

    via IE's Tools\Internet Options\Secuirty the Internet Zone....Custom Level. Scroll down to the Scripting section and make sure Active Scripting is not disabled.
  10. LowWaterMark

    LowWaterMark Administrator

    Since you are talking about an online banking site, you probably ought to just add it to your Trusted sites list in IE. My concern is that you'll start enabling things in the Internet zone to get your bank site working and suddenly open yourself up to all kinds of exploits when you hit untrusted sites. The trusted zone is meant for such sites as online banks.
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