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i am just an ordinary human with NO idea about PC stuff

recently I have been getting increased frq of 'message from webpage' popping up on every new webpage no matter what the site and even whilst i type into a search box such as in google or in ebay or whilst typing in my email
the message contains lots of different message usus containing the web adress of the page im one and the most common one is line 418 http // msn.com. 'JSON' is undefined ...or i get object is null or not an object- its seriously irritating as im a busy gp and i just cant get any work done my emails or research

i use windows 7...i think i have internet explorer 8 but im not sure!!!....i have norton security as well as avira scanning and avg/ad ware
not sure what else i can do

i have been into 'tool's and' internet options and 'advanced' adn tried to to the 'disable' settings on things like script errors but it makes no difference
i even removed adware and another securtiy programme the other day but still no use..
please help!!!
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Please post on the appropriate forum - this one is for Windows XP, not for Windows 7.
Windows 7 forum is here: http://www.geekstogo...-and-windows-7/

For web-browser or email issues, please post here: http://www.geekstogo...sers-and-email/
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