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Topic # 86085 30-Jun-2011 21:10
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Hi. Im not sure if anybody else is having this problem but since I got home from work earlier today, and opened up the geekzone page I was greeted with a Yes/No box asking me if I wanted to stop running some script. Its most likely just my computer, but I thought I would see if others were having the same problem to.

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  Reply # 488087 30-Jun-2011 22:15
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Nothing here. Could be one of your anti malware blocking some scripts? Or are you using an ad blocker causing some grief?





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