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Ok so getting this message the last few days.. started with ie9 then went to 8 then back with all the same results.. reset it and uninstalled addons I could find and programs. Not sure what to do next.
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please provide a link to your page
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its various pages been testing on java.com to see if its fixed but always the same.. but no matter what website it eventaully happens
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none of those worked. the mdm.exe wasnt even there in startup
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gpsocs--Are you saying the error occurs on all websites?  What are you doing when you get the error?  Can you show a screenshot of the error?

Java and javascript are two different things.  Why do you think it is one or the other?
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well it was from research javascript java.com just happened to be the website that triggered the error everytime. I found this out as I was updating every program it could have been. Ended up after disabling spybot on it it went away. But then I had a network issue that I posted on as well and had to do a restore that wouldnt work until I removed AVG then did a restore back as far as I could. so at the moment everything is good. After I test it all out ill post points. Thanks!
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gpsocs--Glad all is well.
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gpsocs--I hope all remains OK.
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