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  1. Hi, Please, note this, if having problems with PC Pitstop OverDrive not starting due to ActiveX not loading. This has now come very essential with the Windows 10 half-yearly upgrades, as they do not anymore issue this folder! For the case ActiveX not coming up starting loading at all, it maybe due to, that there is no Windows\Downloaded Program Files folder existing, so, please -> Add it there, lol ... Now go on happy with testing! In case there may be some other problem, please check my earlier post on this -> Best regards, PeteVfi
  2. Hi, After from time to time facing and got struggling with the problem with OverDrive, not loading the ActiveX and got stuck on the first blank test window on ajaxscan, here you have some hints to be checked: -> Internet Explorer 11 -> Tools -> ActiveX-filtering -> Off -> Internet Settings -> General -> Browsing History -> Delete (with the first and last setting ticked -> Off(?)) -> Security -> Internet -> Default (Medium) -> Trusted Sites -> www pcpitstop.com -> Add If the above do not solve the problem, you may try also these hints: -> Tools -> Add-ons -> Critical ones -> Off (e.g. pop-up blockers etc.) -> Internet Settings -> General -> Browsing History -> Settings -> Show Objects -> Delete old PC Pitstop Components -> Security -> Internet -> Modified -> Allow ActiveX-filtering -> Off -> Run malware checking on ActiveX -> Off -> Enable pop-up blocking -> Off (seen somewhere lower there) -> Advanced Options -> Set options to default -> Set IE11 into default settings Addition 18.09.2017: -> Disable Virus Scanner and/or Firewall Addition 26.04.2018: For the case ActiveX not coming up for loading at all, it maybe due to, that there is no Windows\Downloaded Program Files folder existing, so, please, -> Add it there, lol ... Good luck on troubleshooting! Best regards, PeteVfi
  3. I just got a computer that has Windows Vista. I was using a computer that was XP and it no longer works. I downloaded PC Matic to this computer but I get this error when starting it: One or more ActiveX controls could not be displayed because either: 1. Your current security settings prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page or, 2. You have blocked the publisher of one of the controls As a result, the page may not display correctly. I have tried uninstalling it then reinstalling it. I haven't declined anything. Now I do not have Internet Explorer. I use Mozilla Firefox mostly and Chrome. My account is good up the 2017 but I can't even register it on this computer because it won't let me get that far due to the aforementioned problems.
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