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I need to stop this error message from coming up and am afraid to do the heavy changes to the registry that have been mentioned in other places. Can this be fixed automatically by running another program? I also have the error message regarding security asking for permission to open a less secure widow in a secure surrounfing. Changing Security settings doesn't cause any notable difference even after rebooting..It only happens with internet browsing and when a window is first opened (each time). If directions are simple enough, I can make changes to the registry but 3 pages worth is a bit intimidating. Help. Tom.

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