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I've been getting this message below since making some changes to my PC last week.

A Runtime Error has occured
Do you wish to Debug?
Line: 304
Error: Object expected
[YES] [NO]

I get it when I visit some websites. The Line: and Error: is not always the same. Does anyone know what I need to change/undo to stop this message? I am not even sure what the message means. I installed Spywareblaster and it restricted some sites and cookie acceptance. I also have Trojanhunter running. Those are the only two new running items installed in the past week or so. I just started getting this message within the last few days. Can you help?

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    motto - Just get-er-done

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This is usually caused by malformed scripts on a webpage. You might read this on the errors.


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