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I have a Desktop PC that dispalys an Internet Explorer Script Error as soon as someone logs on.

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by:Matkun
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Sounds like a virus trying to run an IE scripting file to do something. Run msconfig or SysInternals Autoruns to see the list of startup items and remove it.. If it comes back, you may need to reboot into Safe Mode and scan with either an Antivirus or some fully updated malware scanner like SpyBot.
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