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Press: Ctrl/Alt/Delete and in Task Manager, select the Processes tab, then select all instances of 'iexplore.exe' and choose 'End Process' then click 'Yes' until there are no more. If it still says the same thing, you might have a virus or trojan horse feeding someone information on everything you're doing on your computer. For that: visit MajorGeeks.com.
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