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    Annoying window

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    I keep getting this window popping up - it makes the use of the forum sooooo slow - how do I stop it

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    It doesn't pop up on my lap top!

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    Try a different browser, like firefox for example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A5sprint View Post
    Try a different browser, like firefox for example.
    No different - using the same browser on other PC and is okay!!
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    Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Internet Explorer.

    Click the Tools button, and then click Pop-up Blocker.

    Do one of the following:

    To turn off Pop-up Blocker, click Turn Off Pop-up Blocker.

    To turn on Pop-up Blocker, click Turn On Pop-up Blocker.

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    Thanks for input - but I still get the same pop up message - strange thing is I don't get it on any other web sites

    Any other tips?

    Any idea what the script is running in the background - presumably something to do with this forum??!!

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    Click the tools tab>internet options (bottom) then advanced and tick that that says Disable notifications on script error and press okay at the bottom.
    That should stop it....fingers crossed

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    Quote Originally Posted by voorhees View Post
    Click the tools tab>internet options (bottom) then advanced and tick that that says Disable notifications on script error and press okay at the bottom.
    That should stop it....fingers crossed
    Thanks very muchfor your help - but the box was already ticked

    Any other suggestions?

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    Many browsers now monitor the run time of javascript and when they see a script with a prolonged run time, they pop up the message that you are seeing. The problem could be in a number of places; it could be an interaction issue between javascript and a browser extension (the same browser on a different machine might not be running with the same add-ons, extensions, virus scanners, etc.) or network config or whatever.

    Try this..

    Go to the start menu and select Run... Start -> Run
    Enter this: iexplore -extoff

    This should run internet explorer without any add ons or extensions. See if the problem still occurs.

    You can also try downloading Google Chrome and using the developer tools to view the load & run times to narrow down the offending script, assuming of course that you know what I'm babbling on about

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    Yes do what Jimmo said lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmo View Post
    Many browsers now monitor the run time of javascript and when they see a script with a prolonged run time, they pop up the message that you are seeing. The problem could be in a number of places; it could be an interaction issue between javascript and a browser extension (the same browser on a different machine might not be running with the same add-ons, extensions, virus scanners, etc.) or network config or whatever.

    Try this..

    Go to the start menu and select Run... Start -> Run
    Enter this: iexplore -extoff

    This should run internet explorer without any add ons or extensions. See if the problem still occurs.

    You can also try downloading Google Chrome and using the developer tools to view the load & run times to narrow down the offending script, assuming of course that you know what I'm babbling on about
    Cheers Jimmo - will give it a try and report back

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    Looking at the bottom line of your screen it might be the google Adsense thats being called. Have you tried updating your IE to a later version.. Thinking about it, it might also just be the google servers being slow..

    Let me know what else you find.

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    Thanks for input - will let you know

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmo View Post
    Many browsers now monitor the run time of javascript and when they see a script with a prolonged run time, they pop up the message that you are seeing. The problem could be in a number of places; it could be an interaction issue between javascript and a browser extension (the same browser on a different machine might not be running with the same add-ons, extensions, virus scanners, etc.) or network config or whatever.

    Try this..

    Go to the start menu and select Run... Start -> Run
    Enter this: iexplore -extoff

    This should run internet explorer without any add ons or extensions. See if the problem still occurs.

    You can also try downloading Google Chrome and using the developer tools to view the load & run times to narrow down the offending script, assuming of course that you know what I'm babbling on about
    FIXED -

    Many thanks to all for advise

    Malcolm
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