audio warning when visiting website

Clients wordpress site was hacked.  I deleted bad files, reuploaded good files, changed wordpress password and host password.  Client googled site and is now getting a VERBAL pop up message saying something to the effect, "Microsoft had detected an error..."  When she hears this message she unplugs her machine so I never get to hear the entire message. She thinks the verbal warning is coming from visiting this previously corrupt site but it is no longer corrupt - as far as we can tell that is.   I asked her to dump her computer history and try reloading site and she still gets this message.  She is running a virus scan now on her computer.

Why would her computer give her this verbal warning?  I was not able to duplicate situation.

Here is site
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If it's really clean, try deleting the internet cache.   Does she have the same issue in a different browser?

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nsitedesignsAuthor Commented:
Isn't clearing her computer history/cache the same as deleting internet cache?
I will have her check another browser.

Were you able to duplicate message?
Michael MachieIT SupervisorCommented:
Have the User use the exact URL, by typing it into the address field, not a search field, directly.

This will immediately rule out whether or not the Search site she is using is compromised or if it is the WordPress site. Trying from different machines does not replicate the scenario so it is most likely the search site the User is referencing.

Perhaps also check the Ease of Access center to verify the Narrator is disabled.
START -> Control Panel -> Ease of Access Center -> Narrator / Quick Access Tools

Perhaps a virus!

I clicked the link from three different browsers, on two different devices, without any audible messages or problems loading.
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You can clear history with clearing other cache items.    Most browsers let us select individual types of cached items to delete.  

I'm curious to know how another browser plays out.

The site seems fine on my end, but i'm not in position to listen to audio.
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
I don't hear any message when I load the site in Firefox.  Instead of unplugging the machine, she should press Ctrl-F5 (Windows) or Cmd-R (Mac) to do a complete reload of the page to see if the message disappears.
nsitedesignsAuthor Commented:
Client was using IE 11.  She tried loading FF and got a message saying her computer has a virus.  She will be calling their IT guy to come in and do a scan.  Will let you know how it goes.

p.s.  We did try to Narrator and it appeared that she did not have this turned on.
nsitedesignsAuthor Commented:
Ugh, IT guy said all computers in office now have a virus.
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