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I have windows vista and sometime opening a webpage so many of them pop up without stop , so I m forced to restart the sistem , this happens in 2 of my pcs . Is there a solution for this problem ? thanks. Zagor

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This is usually caused by a virus.  Install and run a good (not free) antivirus program.  If you have recovery disks for the computer then back up your data and do a system restore.  This will take care of the virus and is the best solution.  

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