Click start - all programs - accessories - right click on command prompt; click on run as administrator
In the command promt window, type - regsvr32 jscript.dll & click enter / regsvr32 vbscript.dll & click enter
close all open programs and try to click on the links.
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yes, Dinz's answer solved mine problem.
Thank you very much
i replied to the wrong post earlier, i just wanted to say thank you for your help. Your suggestion fixed mine problem immediately.
thanks again, lrp
I didn't notice yesterday, that the fix disabled site advisor and when i re-enabled it today i am having the same problem, you can do a search and the results page will come up but you can not click on any links. I like have site advisor but i am going to have to disable it unless there is a fix around this problem, i will appreciate any help offered.
I tried it, didn't help. I've been unable to use a search engine since I got McAfee this year. Anything else I can try?
I had to contact Mcafee and the tech had me check which version of site advisor was installed, it was version 3.0 - he stated that there was a glitch or something but the bottom line was i had to remove version 3.0 and install version 2.9, since then i have not had any problems but i had to do it twice but it stayed. I have listed the steps below if you would like to see if they work for you.
1. removing version 3.0
start, control panel, programs (if you are running vista), unistall program, locate mcafee security center , click to unistall , a box will appear (uncheck everything but site advisor) then unistall, do not restart computer yet
2. installing version 2.9
click on link and save to desktop...http://sadownload.mcafee.com/products/SA/IE/upgrade/2/saSetup64.exe
reboot now, then click on link to run
i hope this helps if not, contact mcafee
good luck lynn