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#1 Kosh75287

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Posted 29 December 2014 - 03:50 PM

I got a message window TWICE, in the process of writing/sending an e-mail. Can someone who speaks cyber-stuff tell me what this means? I tried opting for "Stop Script" on the first appearance, but whomever gave me that option must have been just kidding, because a minute later, I got it again. Is this a ploy to drop my malware protection so it can drop stuff I don't want inside my computer? Or is this a real problem that I should pursue?

 

 

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Posted 29 December 2014 - 06:50 PM

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An unresponsive script warning is a message that appears in a browser when a piece of JavaScript code on a Web page or within a Firefox add-on is taking too long to run...You have the choice of "Stop Script" or "Continue" buttons. Click the "Stop Script" button to stop the script from running. This helps keep the browser from running out of memory and crashing.


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