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Hi,

I am unable to open any websites in safari on mac, when i checked Console messages application on mac i got below mentioned errors.

- FormAutoFiller load error - Unknown Safari Internal
- Error - Can't find method BrowserWindowsController /
createTabWithFrameNam:andshow:addtoRightside: (unknown Safari Internal)
- Error while loading plugin. Please report the problem to MacHangout.
- DWVersionChecker Load
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Hi,

I am unable to open any websites in safari on mac, when i checked Console messages application on mac i got below mentioned errors.

- FormAutoFiller load error - Unknown Safari Internal
- Error - Can't find method BrowserWindowsController /
createTabWithFrameNam:andshow:addtoRightside: (unknown Safari Internal)
- Error while loading plugin. Please report the problem to MacHangout.
- DWVersionChecker Load
Your specifications would be helpful, but I'll assume for now you're running either Leopard or Snow Leopard for the advice I'm about to give you. Providing your specs of your Mac would greatly help us assist you.


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Thanks Chris,

I followed your instruction but the problem continuous. my notebook specification is metioned below

1 - MacBook
2 - OS (Leopard)
3 - HDD (160GB)
4 - RAM (2GB)
5 - Safari 5.01
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Thanks Chris,

I followed your instruction but the problem continuous. my notebook specification is metioned below

1 - MacBook
2 - OS (Leopard)
3 - HDD (160GB)
4 - RAM (2GB)
5 - Safari 5.01
Do you have another browser you can use? Such as Firefox, Opera or Chrome?

Here's what I would do. Disable all extensions. Open up Safari, go to Preferences (Menubar>Safari>Preferences), then go to the Extensions tab. There's a switch. Turn it to "Off"

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Yes, i have other browser like FireFox and i am able to open website. As you said i open extension tab but nothing is displayed. i mean under extension tab is complete blank.
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- Error while loading plugin. Please report the problem to MacHangout.
- DWVersionChecker Load
What is MacHangout? Recently installed? Problem w/ Safari afterwards?
If yes to last two, uninstall MacHangout.
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What is MacHangout? Recently installed? Problem w/ Safari afterwards?
If yes to last two, uninstall MacHangout.
That was going to be my question. It appears that MacHangout are the makers of Glims. You can get the uninstaller here.

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