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Warning IE script causing slowdown?


Diemmess
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A fault, new to me is showing as a warning box popping up whenever I open an email option. (BT Yahoo IE8)

Windows Internet Explorer

*Stop running this script? A script on this page is causing Internet Explorer to run slowly.

If it continues to run your computer might become unresponsive.

Stop running this page Yes - No*

If I click on Yes, the box disappears and I can do what I want, until next time I go to email.

Have closed and reloaded email, rebooted from cold, and run Supermalwarebytes without making any difference. The box pops up, I click 'Yes' The box disappears and all seems normal until next time.

Can anyone offer a reason/solution for this happening which seems more nuisance than threat?

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Snrub

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Think its just BT Yahoo site unresponsive problem at moment. Checked on 2 computers and BT Yahoo site is not responding for home page and e-mails but calander working ok. Same problem shows on IE and Chrome.

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Snrub

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BT Yahoo now working properly.

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Diemmess

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Thanks Snrub. Problem has gone away here too!

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