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#1 pjos11


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Posted 28 October 2008 - 03:30 PM

I am always getting an alert message which says. " Internet explorer cannot open the website www. ------- ------operation aborted". I then have to refresh the page or go back. It seems to be getting worst has anyone any ideas. Please bear in mind i`m no expert in computers. :thumbsup:


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#2 garmanma


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Posted 28 October 2008 - 05:47 PM

Check your third party addons. Skype, for one, has addons that cause a slew of these errors
Try this:

Problem: Operation Aborted error in Internet Explorer

Solution: In IE, Click Tools -> Internet Options -> Advanced Tab and then uncheck "Enable third-party browser extensions"... after you uncheck that option, restart your browser and try to cause the error. If the error goes away, it was an add-on. Now, once you know it is an add-on you can reanble add-ons and then disable them one by one in Tools -> Manage Addons to find the offending culprit.

Specifically in my case it was a Skype plugin was causing this problem (probably the one that parses for phone numbers... I suspect that it started to parse before the page was loaded and hit a unhandled null exception on the DOM,


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#3 pjos11

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Posted 02 November 2008 - 01:28 PM

Thankyou so much I did what you said and I no longer have the problem. It seems it was Skype.


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