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this is my first post. I have a HP Pavilian running windows xp home edition. I am on DSL. Web brower is FireFox, I have the Goggle tool bar, just giving you as much information as I can to help answer my question. My brower is set not to allow cookies. Every time I am on line there is a little white rectangular box that shows up right under my cursor arrow every time I move the cursor, does anyone know what it's function is, or what it is trying to accomplish. thanks for any information you have. Rodeogeorge.
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