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Browsers suddenly not working properly

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I am the only one who uses this computer and I mainly use it for schooling and checking my e-mail, not much else. I did not download anything or visit any websites that I normally would not visit, yet when I logged into my school e-mail to reply to some very important matters, it would not let me compose new mail, or reply to any of my e-mails. When I click the link to do both of those options, the hour glass cursor appears but then stops loading and nothing happens - the page remains exactly where it was. When I clicked "help" in my e-mail to see if it was a common problem, I got a pop-up saying something about a Javascript error. I have tested this in three different browsers and I get the same outcome each time. Previous to this, my e-mail worked perfectly fine and I was able to reply and compose new mail, but suddenly I can't. I was told to install the latest version of Java at http://www.java.com/en/ but last time I did that about a year ago, it made my problem worse so I am hesitant about doing so. I have also tried a system restore and set my computer back to when I knew for certain that my e-mail was working fine, and it did not solve the problem either. Every other website works fine except for my school e-mail, which is very important. Any help would be much appreciated! Thank you in advance.
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