Your current security settings prohibit running activex on this page controls

XP SP3.  IE6, Chrome.  Avast antivirus

I just started this error message, but not in IE or Chrome from Web pages.  I try to use the scanner on my HP1200 and when I try to access the Services (Local) in the root of the Console Component Services, among other applications non - IE.  Just started and I have not added any program or has other problems, other than not being able to install IE7 or IE8, but that's another question, I think.

I tried all kinds of settings on the Security tab in IE6, but no amount of loosen security settings does make a difference.

I did some research on it but no solution so far.  Help would be appreciated.


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Found the fix in the Windows 7 forum, he worked on XP SP3:

a. click on Start menu and type regedit.exe in the start search box and press ENTER.

b. navigate to the following location. You must remove 1 (parasite) of additional area

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Zones\
with number Pseudo-graphique, you will see before the number of zone 0.

c. check to see if the problem is resolved;

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