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Default How to use filesystemobject in window XP pro

Hello i am using the XP pro service pack 2.(version 2005)
when i make an ASP code to work with files through the FileSystemObject
the browser start downloading the asp page but after a long time it stop and there is no my page to execute i think it is the security problem
but i am not sure Please help me if some body know that how to make it workable with window xp pro service pack 2 .
(the code which i make is workable in window 1998 properly).
shah hussain

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Do you have Antivirus ?
Disable Script Blocking of your antivirus If you want working with FSO

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