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  Reply # 1066495 16-Jun-2014 10:50
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freitasm:
Kiwiprobie:
freitasm: Windows 7 or Windows 8?

Found a solution and it involves registering javascript dll again - by any chance your IE can't execute javascript, or have you blocked javascript?

Have you tried disable Kaspersky and run skype?




I haven't blocked java well at least I dont think that I have.  I even reinstalled that to make sure.

Im not disabling my security.

I have windows 8.1


It's Javascript, not Java. If you don't need Java uninstall it now - not related to Skype at all.



Ok awesome, i'll do that now and I'll look in IE's settings and see if I can find java script



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  Reply # 1066518 16-Jun-2014 11:19
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I cant find settings for java script (might not be looking in the right place or something) and I have removed the java program since i dont need

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1066797 16-Jun-2014 16:42
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UPDATE:

I have finally got skype working to sign in, and use, just finished getting the mic to re work again.

Now my next question.  How the heck do I get it to show the home page in the app correctly instead of it showing loading all the time :D?

Also I have removed kaspersky.

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  Reply # 1066891 16-Jun-2014 18:41
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I think you might have more stuff in your PC that is causing this than Kasperski. Have you installed a different security software now? Not good to be unprotected.







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  Reply # 1066937 16-Jun-2014 19:07
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freitasm: I think you might have more stuff in your PC that is causing this than Kasperski. Have you installed a different security software now? Not good to be unprotected.



The only ones that I use besides my hardware firewall are:

Avast AV
Crap Cleaner
Windows firewall


Those are all the newer ones that I do use.

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