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Old 01-26-03, 09:01 AM
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"The Callee" IE message....what is it???

I have an XP Pro PC connected to Verizon DSL. After several hours (usually overnight), I will come back to my computer and a MS IE message is displayed on the screen stating

"sorry, there was a The Callee (server [not server application]) is not available and disappeared; all connections are invalid. The call did not execute."

Screen shot of the error: http://www.theforumisdown.com/upload...102/Callee.jpg

I still have my DSL connection going after hitting "OK" on the message.

Anyone have any idea what this may be?

Thanks in advance!!!
Old 01-26-03, 10:45 AM
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googled and found THIS info.

"In IE go to tools, internet options, advanced, and check "disable script debugging"
M$ put this in for developers to be able to check their scripts "
Old 01-27-03, 06:09 AM
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Eeyore,
Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately, I did try that and still not luck...can't figure this thing out! It only started about 1 week back. In the past week, I have not installed any new applications on my PC, and neither have I removed anything.

Oh well...
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Do you have a firewall? It could be that someone has installed something on your PC. Have you virus scanned/adaware'd your computer recently?
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Originally posted by Lampei
Do you have a firewall? It could be that someone has installed something on your PC. Have you virus scanned/adaware'd your computer recently?
I do have a firewall (D-Link 614 wireless router). I did run Adaware and found nothing more than I normally do. I did remove anything that I thought may be an issue. I also ran McAfee virusscan (with latest definitions) and found nothing.

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