|I keep getting "object error" when I open my personal homepage. Can somebody out there tell me what the problem is?||sergiov58||5/26/11 8:13 AM|
when I first log in, this error appears inmediately my homepage shows.
|Re: I keep getting "object error" when I open my personal homepage. Can somebody out there tell me what the problem is?||Samsung SGH-I897||5/26/11 6:51 PM|
I have the same problem and cannot find a fix....
|Re: I keep getting "object error" when I open my personal homepage. Can somebody out there tell me what the problem is?||mincer||5/27/11 12:17 AM|
Yes getting same problem. Hope someone has fix soon. I think object error message came up after doing windows update.
|Re: I keep getting "object error" when I open my personal homepage. Can somebody out there tell me what the problem is?||misspeach||5/27/11 7:57 AM|
Same problem - it started on 5/26 - looks like yours started then too - anybody found a solution yet?
|Kelly F||5/27/11 8:54 AM|
When troubleshooting any iGoogle issue, your best resource is this help article below. Often times you just need to clear your cache and cookies to resolve a problem. Let me know if you need more information after visiting the site!
|mincer||5/28/11 4:09 AM|
Hi Have cleared my cache and cookies but still get the same problem. Also when you type in the search box auto drop down list does not show. When I sign out of igoogle and search on basic Google page auto drop list shows.
|atemple2647||5/28/11 12:58 PM|
I have tried all of Kelly's suggestions from the article she sent me to. I still have the same problem. Anyone, please
|bluequoll||5/28/11 4:44 PM|
I suggest you try working through the troubleshooting checklist here:
iGoogle Troubleshooting - a Brief Guide
Please don't skip or skimp — each step is designed to pinpoint or eliminate possible causes of your problem.
For the benefit of other users, if your problem is solved, it would be appreciated if you would reply back here and let us us know what you did to fix it.
If the issue still persists, we'll need some basic information like browser/version, operating system, etc., before we can help. A screenshot uploaded to Picasaweb would also be useful — share the link here.
|tmch711||5/30/11 4:34 AM|
I've had the same problem for the past few days - have just deleted the gadgets on my igoogle homepage & the issue has been resolved (if you delete each gadget one by one & reload the page after each deletion you will identify which gadget was causing the problem ... in my case it was a brainteaser game)
Hope that helps :-)
|mincer||5/30/11 4:50 AM|
Well done tmch711 . I have deleted brainteaser and problem solved, although search box auto complete still does not work but does on standard Google search page. Poor show from Google employee. Should have shown more interest in rectifiying problem.
|Kelly F||5/30/11 9:21 AM|
@mincer - so, you're now able to see your gadgets, but autocomplete is not triggering...? Which browser and operating system are you using?
|mincer||5/30/11 11:07 AM|
@ Kelly F. I'm using exploror 9 and Windows 7. Did not have auto complete problem before the object error box problem. If I go to standard Google and search autocomplete work just not in iGoogle.
|atemple2647||5/31/11 10:16 AM|
Kelly F. I was the original questioner about the object error message. I have tried all the suggestions other than wiping out all my passwords, etc. I emptied the cookies, etc. This started when IE updated me to IE9. Now, when I open my iGoogle homepage, initially all is well. Then, it asks about the content ... do I want all content or just secure content. When I say I want all of it, that is when the object error comes on the screen. It says it is a message from the webpage. Previously, I have tried to find a way to bypass IE9's secure content question ... to no avail. If I don't get all the the content then half my iGoogle homepage is empty.
If I have to remove all the gadgets and start over I will but this is just absurd that it is becoming so complicated.
|Canuck123||6/2/11 12:50 PM|
Hey everyone. I've had the "Object Error" on my igoogle homepage since 5/27. (Using ie9). After reading posts here I deleted the "Wikipedia search" gadget that I've had for a year or so...and now there's no "Object Error" anymore. You just have to find the reight one I guess. Thanks for the help!
|andywysz||6/3/11 5:09 AM|
Thank you Canuck123! Deleting the Wikipedia search gadget worked for me.
|banditftw||6/3/11 2:39 PM|
Hey Canuck 123 this popup was drivin' me f&%kin' crazy!! So just for the hell of it I dumped wikipedia search gadget and BINGO!!!
object Error popup is GONE!!!!!! Thanks guy, you just saved my sanity (or what's left of it), I was about to do an internet explorer reset, but you saved me the trouble!!!.......... Anyone else with this problem, ...... TRY THIS FIX FIRST!!!
|DrakeTexas||6/4/11 4:20 PM|
Removing the "Wikipedia search" gadget works! I no longer get the object error message. Thanks!!!!!!
|davidclark||6/4/11 10:41 PM|
I don't like nagging almost petty problems with software. The only thing I dislike more, is the developer or a support tech blowin' people off.
Rule Number One: If its your code, support it even if it means pulling the application until the bugger's fixed.
Rule Number Two: If you get enough complaints, safely assume there are more unspoken. Fix it.
Rule Number Three: Just because Microsoft's development model disguises betas as RTMs, doesn't mean is an acceptable practice.
Rule Number Four: LOOP
|daveclaark||6/5/11 4:00 PM|
Thank you Canuck123 deleteing Wikipedia did it. I'm sure there are thousands out there with the same problem deleting and re-doing all their stuff to fix this.
Whoever created that gadget better get their act together!
|9205jes||6/6/11 12:34 PM|
I deleted the brain tuner gadget that I had had for quite a while and the object error message went away.
|JuneBug77||6/6/11 2:06 PM|
Ditto on the Brain Tuner Gadget for me. Thanks for the tip everyone!
|Daveymo||6/7/11 12:37 AM|
Brain tuner and Wikipedia deleted and both object errors gone!! Happy days!! Cheers everyone.
|Bayou Talker||6/7/11 8:44 AM|
Brain Tuner was the culprit on mine!
|atemple2647||6/7/11 3:51 PM|
hallelujiah!!! I got rid of Game of the Day and Brain Tuner. It appears that the combination of IE9 and iGoogle cannot tolerate some of the game gadgets. I wish I could find a browser that I really liked. Each one has flaws that make IE9 the least trouble. I really like Google Chrome, but it won't allow the Norton tool bar. Firefox and Opera had some other flaws ... I can't remember now. I tried them all. I liked IE8 better because I didn't have to tell it to allow all content every time I open my iGoogle home page.
What browsers do you folks out there like?
|dwkp100||6/21/11 9:50 AM|
I was getting the "object error" popup and had to "OK" it for all of my homepage to fill in. First, I cleared my cookies and history. No change. I then removed the last gadget I added. Wait for it! Wikipedia! Problem solved. Thank you all. Now I have a question for all of you. I have two Gmail accounts and recently set one up to work through MS Outlook 2010. It's great except I'm annoyed by all of my sent emails showing to have been sent twice even though the recipients are only getting one.
|Vicneil||7/7/11 1:37 AM|
I have been having the problem of 'object error' box. Deleting Brain Tuner did the trick. Back to normal now.
|Netbry||7/16/11 12:41 AM|
Removed Wikipedia Gadget, fixed it for me.
|mmelachatte||11/6/11 9:30 AM|
Deleting the wikipedia gadget solved the problem for me.
|bob1216||11/10/11 1:04 PM|
I, too, had the "Object error" pop-up everytime I launched my Google Chrome. I deleted the Wikipedia gadget, and, voila, error message gone. Thanks to all who responded prior to this post. Fortunately I didn't have Brain Tuner gadget installed, and, considering what I've just read, I'm steering clear of it. I would suggest to anyone still having this problem, delete Wikipedia first, and if the problem still exists, delete Brain Tuner, also. If there are any other gadgets that trigger this "Object error" warning, please post your discoveries here. I can't believe of all the gadget add-ons, these are the only two that are causing this to occur.
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|bandonart||3/5/12 6:05 PM|
And here it is, March 2012 and by sheer prayer, and a lot of searching, trial & error, I found this site. IT IS STILL THE WIKIPEDIA gadget! I hope others reported the corrupted gadget to Goggle, although I can understand why after all the frustration, they might have opted not to have done so. I'm going there right now to try to keep others from this angst. Thanks for the help.
|TheLordNelson||7/18/12 2:26 AM|
Thank you - I was tearing my page apart looking for that rouge.
|Silvia Livick||12/29/12 10:54 PM|
were is the whitipa gadget at? to i go to start or what
|Silvia Livick||12/29/12 10:55 PM|
were is that gadget at
|Randy Frey||12/30/12 3:26 PM|
I keep getting the same "object error" notice when I open a link or pop-up within a web page. It freezes whatever page I'm on and I have to log off and then sign in again. I don't have Wikipedia on the computer. Any suggestions, I've tried everything. Help!