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While executing onClick in SecurityAssistWizard, a javaScript error occurred.

Thread began 10/08/2009 6:50 am by jegoadby285710 | Last modified 1/14/2011 3:30 pm by jegoadby285710 | 3652 views | 8 replies


While executing Onload - annoying Security assist wizard error

There are two or three therads with the same issue. When opening the secuty assist wizard I only get this: While executing onLoad in SecurityAssistWizard.htm, the following Javascript errors(s) occured: At line 258 ......:Commands:SecurityAssistWizard.js. I see a pop-up after cancelling that's totally gray. There are back and next buttons when pushed the give the same mistake on lines 748 and 798 of another javascript file SecurityAssist_Object.js.

Deleting the .dat cache file does not help, nor does uinstalling. I am on a Macpro and a bit frustrated. This part is one of the main reasons I bought the whole package. Really need it. Please do some more testing whatsoever, this must be a mistake that happens more often (it does since it's in this formum).

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