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How handle these errors

Hello all:

My pc is HP Laptop Pavilion dv6-1334us bought in 2009. Just after buying, I changed the OS from window7 to winXP and has been working very well since then.

Recently after re-booting the pc, I found several error warnings such as:

An error has occurred in the script of this page.

Line: 0

Char: 0

Error: script error

Code: 0

URL: http//static.www.jcbia.com/script/init.js



Do you want to continue running script on this page?


For each warning, I click the "yes" to continue the running and did not find

serious problem. BUT:

Where do these error warnings come from? How to solve them? What should I do?

Waiting for your advice! --Zhao

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"How to solve them? What should I do?"

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Re-load Win 7and leave it alone

Digger

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Those look like a browser message and not an OS one.

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Try another browser?

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I was unclear.

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It looks like a browser message but if there are errors on the web site NOTHING YOU WILL DO WILL CORRECT THEIR ERROR!!! Your machine is fine.
Bob

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absolutely ditto!

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js is javascript and that's not operating system related.

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Don't worry

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Hi,
There is nothing to worry about. Your OS is OK and fixing problems if there are such. Errors may be from the browser.
Ivan

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How handle these errors

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Hello friends:

I changed to Google Chrome, the problem solved.

Thanks you so much!

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