res://ieframe.dll security settings?don't know how to change
by cat95t - 9/10/08 9:13 AM
Hi, another person with the res://ieframe.dll problem where a pop up warns me the current webpage is trying to open a trusted site.
I read a few threads including this one (http://forums.cnet.com/5208-6620_102-0.html?forumID=14&threadID=289267&messageID=2738298&tag=forums06;search-results#2738298 ).
Here is what I tried:
internet options/security tab/trusted sites/custom settings, but I am clueless as to what my settings should be once in custom. The above thread suggested that users with the res://ieframe.dll problem look at their websites in less priveledged content zone settings. I looked at my less priveledged content zone and here is what I found: prompt is clicked for that setting. So, do I enable or disable that setting?
Thank you for any answers in advance!!!!!!
possibly 4 yr old Dell Dimension 4700 (probably lots of outdated stuff on here, but don't know how to correct any of the outdates) : (
Windows xp sp2
Mcaffee Total Protection with site advisor plus (as others have said-makes my computer run real slow!!)
had spybot, but Mcaffee suggested ditching spybot..... sigh
only 60% (88.99 GB) free memory space left.... sigh