Hello, Has anyone encountered a problem when they open their SWhelp file (Solidworks.chm)?

after updating ie cant view pages-12

The error appears inside a window with the title "Internet Explorer Script Error". It also has the following information, Error : Object dosent support the property or method.

I have seen this problem several times in the past.

I think it used to be caused by not having an up to date version of IE, or not having a certain DLL file in Windows.

I had also fixed the error years ago on a NT6.0 PC by un-installing IE, clean un-installing SW, re-installing SW, and then re-installing IE, and this fixed it.

The SW Knowledgebase also didnt turn up much on a search such as help, helpfile, help file error etc. thank-youchriskh Hi Guys, The install is running 2005 SP0.1.

Thank-you so much for the suggestions on internet explorer settings in the advanced tab, I was not aware of these. chriskh Hi Maser, Just so you know, the problem PC wasnt mine, however I think our hardware supplier has since re-installed XP and this might have fixed it? Their suggestion was to remove XP SPK2, re-apply XP2 SPK1a. ######################################################Chris, Further to our conversation about script errors I am sending a summary of things to try to resolve this that I’ve found in our database.Unfortuntely, it didnt stop the errors from popping up, we also rebooted after setting them, but no difference. Our hardware supplier reckons XP SK2 is to blame, because the PC was working and tested with XP SPK1a when it was shipped. If that didnt work to try going back to a early restore point of XP, or a repair or re-install. This is as much for future reference as anything: See Microsoft Knowledge Base article ht-us;312456) that refers to the ‘hhctrl.ocx’ Active X file that can cause this error if the file is of an incorrect version.The problem is occurring on a brand new XP PC, with Internet Explorer version 6.0.2900.I will be trying the above un-install/re-install routine anyway, but I would be grateful to find out if anyone knows an exact, "quick" fix.I have checked the SW website and went to the link about "Missing Icons", and from the Microsoft website downloaded and installed "Critical Update 811630 / 822989" but the problem still occurs.I had also removed Service Pack 2, and re-applied it, but no difference.