I have started liking this section. General discussion section really sucks. Anyway straight to the point... Whenever I visit any web-site which has foreign scripts like Japanese or Chinese using IE6 with SP1, it crashes. A white box pops up saying- Iexplore An error has occurred in your program. To keep working anyway, click Ignore and save your work in a new file. To quit this program, click Close. You will lose information you entered since your last Save. This usually happens when I search using google. Whenever I browse to the part where such scripts are in a search result, the above message pops up with the option buttons as Ignore and Close. With Ignore selection and doing it repeatedly it goes away for a moment but comes back as I scroll down a little. When I select the Close, almost all open IE windows promptly closes down (Funny enough I have noticed one working IE window remains open and a new fresh IE window opens up after the crash). The same thing happened when I tried visiting Google India site google.co.in a few days back. I stated my preferences in google to allow search results limited only to English web-pages. It has helped a lot. But still at times a few such scripts do sneak in causing the crash. I have Windows 98 SE as os with all the updates through windowsupdate site done except for language packs for IE. Full system specifications- Compaq Presario with 466mhz Intel Celeron processor A mainboard based on sis620 chip 128 MB RAM with 8 MB shared graphics memory 8.5 gb and a 40 gb seagate hard disks Please reply only if you can help me with this problem and not grab this opportunity to make fun of me. At least I don't get blue screens . There must be a bug in IE itself and it certainly can't be me who screwed it up.