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Routine Adventurer
Yes, I checked it. That website didn't give me an answer, but I double checked everything. I don't understand what is wrong with it. It still shows me a blue screen without the log in options for skype.
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cammieb wrote:
Yes, I checked it. That website didn't give me an answer, but I double checked everything. I don't understand what is wrong with it. It still shows me a blue screen without the log in options for skype.

Please answer these questions:

 

Is your Windows 32-bit or 64-bit?

 

What is the version of your Internet Explorer?

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Routine Adventurer
How can you tell if it is 34 or 64? Internet Explorer 9
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Go to Windows Start and in the Search box type winver.exe and then press Enter.

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Routine Adventurer
IE 9 and both 32 and 64. Should I use the 64?
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Routine Adventurer
Windows 7 Home Edition. doesn't specify 32 or 64 bit
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No. Skype is using only the 32-bit version of IE.

 

Do this in order to correct the JavaScript registrations.

 

Go to Windows Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Right click on Command Prompt, select 'Run as administrator'.

 

The Command Prompt window should show:

 

C:\Windows\SysWoW64>

 

If what you are seeing is:

 

C:\Windows\System32>

 

then in the Command Prompt type: cd..  (2 dots are important) and press Enter.

 

Now you should see this in the Command Prompt:

 

C:\Windows>

 

Next type cd syswow64 and press Enter.

 

Now you should see this in the Command Prompt:

 

C:\Windows\SysWoW64>

 

Type this and then press Enter:

 

regsvr32 jscript.dll

 

Next type this and press Enter:

 

regsvr32 jscript9.dll

 

After each Enter you should receive a message saying that DllRegisterServer in XXX.dll succeeded.

 

Reboot your computer.

 

Make now the test showing if your Internet Explorer can execute JavaScript.

 

Open in your Internet Explorer (no other browser but only IE) this page:

 

http://www.mistered.us/test/alert.shtml

 

Click on the “Simply Click This Button” button and watch the response.

 

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Routine Adventurer
You said that there should be a message saying it succeeded, but there was an error. I typed in everything right before it. What should I do to make it succeed?
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Are you running the Command Prompt "As Administrator"?

 

What was exactly the error message?

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Routine Adventurer
Yes and it said: The module "jscript.dll" was loaded but the call to DllRegisterServer failed with error code 0x80004005
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