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Help each time I open before I can get in I have to answer yes or no to this question: Line:2 Char: 30293 A is null or not an object http://db2.7.msn/en-gb/home.aspx?ver=8.1.0178&did=1 DO YOU WANT TO CONTINUE RUNNING SCRIPT ON THIS PAGE YES NO Can some one assist senior citizen who is NOT computer literate?? Many thanks

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Hi u2forustwo,
It COULD be a virus like what mdsaeed said, or it could just be a normal script error message is generated whenever windows tries to run a service from your computer at start up. This particular script message suggest that your browser internet explorer i presume) is set for accessing microsoft's website by default, but however, due to an error in the .ASP script (as suggested by the aspx in the error message, with msn en-bg meaning microsoft global web page in english), i can say this is pretty much harmless and you should be able to conduct your web surfing without any hassle whatsover. However, if you DO want to get rid of it, i would suggest you google up the following to make your life a little easier (and to provide some security):

1. AVG free anti virus - Google this up, download and install. Simply one of the best around and it;s free

2. Windows registry fixer - This might involve a little dough, but there are a few good free ones out there in the market.

3. www.majorgeeks.com - this website is simply a must if you want to have the latest and most efficient in online home security.

4. Ad aware - Go to www.lavasoft.com for download of this free adware scanner.

I hope that the information provided would be enough to secure your computer and perhaps get rid of the problem that you face altogether. Overall is it pretty much harmless. No issues on that.

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Virus, scan your computer

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