It is also possible to eliminate the popup by changing the setting below:
Open Control Panel-Internet Options-Security tab-Trusted Sites-Custom Level button. Scroll down and "enable" or "disable" the setting below. (Disable is safer.)
"Web sites in less privileged Web content zones can navigate into this zone"
Click on OK, "apply", then OK, etc.
Hope this helps.
Hi, another person with the res://ieframe.dll problem where a pop up warns me the current webpage is trying to open a trusted site.
I read a few threads including this one (http://forums.cnet.com/5208-6620_102-0.html?forumID=14&threadID=289267&messageID=2738298&tag=forums06;search-results#2738298 ).
Here is what I tried:
internet options/security tab/trusted sites/custom settings, but I am clueless as to what my settings should be once in custom. The above thread suggested that users with the res://ieframe.dll problem look at their websites in less priveledged content zone settings. I looked at my less priveledged content zone and here is what I found: prompt is clicked for that setting. So, do I enable or disable that setting?
Thank you for any answers in advance!!!!!!
possibly 4 yr old Dell Dimension 4700 (probably lots of outdated stuff on here, but don't know how to correct any of the outdates) : (
Windows xp sp2
Mcaffee Total Protection with site advisor plus (as others have said-makes my computer run real slow!!)
had spybot, but Mcaffee suggested ditching spybot..... sigh
only 60% (88.99 GB) free memory space left.... sigh