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OS 10.4 - Error Console


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I have OS 10 Tiger and keep getting an Error Console page popping up. Does anyone know how I can stop this happening. The error messages are usually related to internet connection.

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We don't have anything to work with here.

Just that you use Tiger and that networking is sometimes involved. No idea of the OS version, Mac model, peripherals like modem, router, etc.

Could you post a screengrab or the text that is in the error message?
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Thanks for replying. Don't know if this helps.


Modem Model: Spring
Interface Type: Serial
Modulation: V.90
SKU Name: UCJ
Hardware Version: 6.0F
Driver: com.apple.driver.AppleSCCSerial (v1.3.0)
Country:

CSS - http://us.js2.yimg.com/us.js.yimg.co...t1_v27_1.8.css
Linked-in stylesheet
_margin-top is an unknown property
Line 5:
ng:1px;}#ygma #ygbtcx{margin-bottom:auto;}#ygmaflbl{margin-top:auto;_margin-top:

That's just one error message.

I'm using version 10.4.
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You never updated since Tiger was released? Anyhow, that link in the error message goes to a Yahoo page. And it seems to talk about bad code in a stylesheet.

Someone else will have to have a go at this, I can't see how a message like that could be displayed on a Mac...
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Thanks anyway.
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