Windows XP Media edition security problem
- I'm using NoteTab Pro 4.95 (terrific!). On the pages I create for my
online magazine is the java code for the hit counter. All was well
until some recent Windows security "upgrade" (automatic).
Now, every time I go from NT to view my work in the browser (Internet
Explorer), I get a chime and a bar across the top saying Windows has
blocked potentially harmful active programs or downloads. Following
the directions to get rid of the chime/warning doesn't work (well,
it's Windows...). They also suggest changing the 'net security
setting, but if you do that, the machine practically explodes in bells
and dire warnings.
Any help disabling this stuff (chime and warning bar) would be gratly
appreciated. I view my HTML work probably hunddreds of times every
- Thanks, Dave - you got me going in the right direction. I went to Internet Options>Advanced and clicked on "Allow active files on my computer to run" or similar. That did it! The hated chime/info bar are gone! Thank you!
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