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Edit: If you are using Firefox, some users have reported that removing the Babylon extension has resolved the problem for them (See: Disable or remove Add-ons).
If you don't have this extension or it doesn't work for you, see below.
If you are using FireFox go ahead and
reset FireFox back to its default settings (*Note* be sure to read the warning first on the page). If you are experiencing this in Chrome post this on the
Google Chrome Forum, if you are experiencing this in Internet Explorer please post your question
here and then select the version of Internet Explorer you are using.
With that being said I am now going to lock this thread as there is enough information in this thread to point you in the right direction.
1.Are you using internet Explorer Browser to access Facebook? If yes, which version?
2.Have you made any changes to the computer prior to the issue?
Refer the following article if you are using Internet Explorer Browser.
Disclaimer: The Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature might reset security settings or privacy settings that you added to the list of Trusted Sites. The Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature might also reset parental control settings.
We recommend that you note these sites before you use the Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature.
Yeah I use firefox and I have just occured the same problem,
it's weird because it worked fine yesterday, and i've scanned for viruses etc, and there is nothing...
So any help you can offer would be great!
Sorry to hear you are still having the problem. The error message you are getting looks very similar to the one in
this thread. There are some solutions to the issue above as well. Can you clarify if you are running into this issue in Firefox or Internet Explorer?
Hope one of these solutions helps. Let us know how it goes.