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Possible Email Virus

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Hi, I have a hp pavilion 6610f pc / Windows 7 . A few days ago when I was checking my email a box popped up with the following: Message from webpage (triangle ! ) console log: String (document referrer): Since I didn't recognize it, rather than click "OK", I clicked the x to close it. It closed and I did not notice it again until the next day when I checked my email and it appeared again. This time when I clicked the x, another box popped up with: Message from (trianfle !) String (document referrer) is ":true This one I also closed by clicking the x. At this point I decided to run my Norton spyware virus check and it came up with 12 problems and "fixed" them. Today I received the same twopop up boxes and when I clicked them off with the x a thrid box popped up with the following: Message from (triangle !) isInIFrame:falseA http;/webpage. roadrunner.com/do/mail/folder/viewB http://webpage roadrunner.com/do/mail/folder/view When I clicked this off with the x another box popped up with : Message from webpage (triangle !) console log: fifnull. I clicked off my email reran Norton and it again came up with 11 items neeing to be fixed and fixed the. Then I started my email again received the same pop-ups and ran Norton again which came up with 9 items need to be fixed. This only appears to be happening wth my email; when I am on other sites, I have not run into this problem.
Is this a virus of some sort or is something going on in my email that needs attention. I would appreciate any help you could give me with this problem. Please understand that I am not very computer savvy so I would appreciate an easy step-by-step procedure to following if you have advice.

Thank you
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