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we faced error when run report build on VS 2005 and SQL 2005 reports service when try to search something after view report the error is:

Error: Can't execute code from a freed script

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Is that the full text of the error?

Have you checked event logs?

RS 2005 is old -- have you tried with an earlier browser to see if the issue is IE9 or something with the report?

Does the report render and work correctly in BIDS (is the issue purely with the Report Manager site)?
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on windows 7 with ie 8 no problem
yes this is the only message
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Presumably you have checked IE security settings and enabled scripts (you could add the RS site to the trusted zone, for example)?
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Default Re: Reporting Server 2005 and ie9

I did everything ...
- add to local Intranet plus modify security
- disable all add on in IE9
- disable all running services
- change compatibility view
- Use software rendering instead of GPU rendering

nothing work with me
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Default Re: Reporting Server 2005 and ie9

I thinl thiss link to help you

support.microsoft.com/kb/922545
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