“Error:153 Unspecified Error” With Internet Explorer 6 & 7?

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Howdy,

I might have a serious  javascript problem.

i made a long and complex script on a page based on the framework of Mootools, in Firefox and other browser everything works fine, but when I try it in Internet Explorer 6 and 7 and I get "Error:153 Unspecified error" (sometimes 84) and the strange thing is in Internet Explorer 8, the error shows "Object doesn't support this property or method".

Do anyone have a list of Internet Explorer unsupported property or method? Or anybody out there who might know the cause of the problem?

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“Error:153 Unspecified Error” With Internet Explorer 6 & 7?

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Solution for your problem is below. Just do some simple steps:


For clear your cache in IE 6.0+, follow these steps:
Open an IE browser and click on Tools.
Select Internet Options.
Click on General tab
Click on Delete Files…. under heading "Temporary Internet files."
Click OK.
 

Make sure that Java Script, Active X, and "binary behavior" are enable
For enable these:
Click on Tools then Internet Options.
Click on Security tab.
Click on Custom Level button.
Verify that enable button next "Run ActiveX control and plug in" is selected.
 

If you are using Window XP, verify that enable button next to binary and a script behavior is selected. If your are not using Window XP, continue on step six.
Verify that enable button under "active scripting" is selected.
Click on OK then click on OK again to save changes.
 

The easiest way to enable view maps in your browser is add Google Maps to your trusted list sites in Internet Explorer:
Click Tools then Internet Options.
Click on Security tab.
Select "Trusted sites" icon and click on Sites button.
Deselect option "Require server verification for all sites in this zone."
In the text field Add "maps.google.com" and click Add.
Repeat step five to add more sites.
Click on OK and then click OK again to save changes.
 

You can update your scripting engine and you can obtain latest scripting engine directly from Microsoft.com. You' will need to restart your system after performing this update.
Install latest version of DirectX from: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/179113
 

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