Sorry for the late reply. We have Comcast, and in case you haven't heard--they stink...our Internet has been out for three days! Came up for a brief window this afternoon, and that's when I posted my question....anyway...
I did state what I was trying to open....see below.
.....go to www.nascar.com...
On the right-hand side of their home page, you can click on Trackpass Scanner-Launch.
Every time I get a page like this, when you need to click on "something" to open a "program" on that website, I get this little message in the status bar:
Yellow Triangle w/an Exclamation Point inside it and Error on Page.
I was trying to use www.nascar.com's trackpass.
I usually have the problem when you need to click on a link a website has that opens another program and window, and usually when you place the mouse over the link, the status bar at the bottom of the page will say something about Java in it....
Does that make any more sense? It's a little hard to explain...I don't readily have a list of sites where I've gotten this error, but since I got it today for the nascar site, I thought I'd try and post it.
Thanks for any help you can give or direction. (Since the race is over for the weekend, the link for trackpass may not be active anymore--not sure how that works.)