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#1 Keith1


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Posted 17 October 2006 - 11:07 AM

I'm not sure if this is the correct board - but here goes.
WindowsXP - SP2, IE7RC1, Windows firewall,AVG free

My wife plays alot of online games ( none downloaded ). Lately she has been unable to play her Real Arcade games. When she tries to connect to them she gets this message in the information bar - your security settings do not allow websites to use activex controls installed on your computer.this page may not display correctly.

So I tried the "click for options" and looked around there a bit and their suggestion was to go to TOOLS/INTERNET OPTIONS/ADVANCED TAB/SECURITY - then check the box " allow active content to run in files on my computer. Which I did then hit apply then ok.

Still nothing. It's possible that this problem occured when I switched from IE6 to IE7RC1. Any ideas on this would be greatly appreciated. Oh, by the way - her Pogo and other games play fine. thanks - Keith

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