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Last post Aug 31, 2012 04:23 PM by ralfsaspt_net
Dec 05, 2011 08:26 PM|LINK
It is clear that the problem is in this code. So my question is. Where does this complex code come from? It appears to be something to handle videos...Clearly this all is not compatinle with IE9...probably there is an updarted version of this code that works
with IE9....just look in the same place where you found this code for an updated version...taht ACTUALLY works with IE9.
Dec 29, 2011 11:21 PM|LINK
The way I was able to resolve was by going through my 'newly installed' mananged add-ons. I disabled the last Add-On that I installed and this resolved the error.
Dec 30, 2011 02:56 AM|LINK
the DOMNodeInserted event is buggy in IE and anyway has been dropped from the W3C spec, you should not be using it.
Jan 03, 2012 05:45 PM|LINK
It seems that nobody from microsoft is willing to comment this post. But I can confirm that the error occours also on webforms project.
Jan 03, 2012 09:10 PM|LINK
I created a new project without the ajaxcontroltoolkit and recieived the same error. After reading the rest of the replies in this post someone had mentioned the DivX control being the culprit. Unknown to me Roxio's Creator installs that same addon. I
disabled it, and the error went away. Did a quick check on a few clients machines complaining of the same issue (not all were) and they too also had that same addon. Disabling it solved the issue.
Now being new to ASP.net web development is there a way my site could check for the existance of this DivX addon and display a warning to disable it?
Jan 09, 2012 06:50 AM|LINK
I belive that PaulAtPDL's 12/5/2011 5:41:03 AM post should be marked as the ANSWER to this thread. The issue is, in fact, the Divx HTML5 Web Player Add-In. Disabling this add-in worked for Paul. I just happened to install a Divx update yesterday which
caused the Add-in to be enabled in IE. Disabling this add-in worked for me. It makes total sense that the last code the thread-initiator posted is video-related code.
Off-topic, but I have to say, in general, to those who position themselves in helper/advisor roles, don't minimize the value to the community in keeping a friendly and respectful attitude towards all posters and question-posers at all times, no matter what
the perceived-level of expertise or ability to communicate the question said poster might possess.
Feb 28, 2012 05:03 AM|LINK
The correct answer for me was clearly the divx html5 addon! once disabled on my machine the error went away.
Aug 31, 2012 04:23 PM|LINK
Unable the complement the DivX the tu IE9:
Nombre DivX Plus Web Player HTML5 <video>
Editor DivX, LLC
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