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Warning Box. For nearly 3 weeks now every time I enter my Internt Provide ie. Tiscali I am met with a warning box, I will write the first & main one out for you. Internet Explorer cannot open the Internet site. http://webmailtiscali.co.uk/cp.ps/Mainlayout/metaframesetpd=tiscali.co.uk&sa= mail&u=harvey1947&t=d90d19414d/1&/=en Opertation Aborted X OK Then the page Internet Explorer cannot open this page for you. I can erradicate it by clicking the close x top right corner. This message or one very similar, telling me Internet Explorer cannot open site to whichever site I may be trying to enter. Then when I go back to any site this box of messages follows me from Tiscali to wherever I may be. all very annoying believe me. I would be eternally gratefull to anyone who can rid me of this pesky warning box. Kind Regards. Harvey.

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It sounds like it is a maleware issue, I would recommend downloading Spyware begone and a anti virus tool, and running both of these,

otherwise it could be an issue with your browser, try a different web browser. eg.. Firefox.

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