For some reason, whenever I now open a new web page in Microsoft Internet Explorer, (which is the only browser I use) a window pops up EVERY TIME saying "Check browser and security settings". I have to click on the "OK" tab to get rid of this pop up window, but sometimes it appears about 4 or 5 times. I cannot do anything on the page I have brought up until I click on this box to disappear.
What do I need to check on my computer to get rid of this (it does it on each user on the computer).
Thanks mfletch - I have done this on both "user settings" - but the message still comes up. Our Bullguard security runs out in about 30 days - could it be some sort of warning to us about this (even though the warning is coming from Microsoft Internet Explorer, rather than Bullguard itself)????
Thanks for your replies. I tried all your suggestions but the message STILL comes up. I have therefore installed Firefox and have been using this as my browser since - and the message does not come up AT ALL. I wonder whether it is something to do with the fact that Microsoft are trying to get me to convert from IE6 to IE7 (which I won't do as when I did try it, my husband's settings went weird and he couldn't access the flash player amongst lots of other stuff). There is a constant icon on the taskbar at the bottom of my computer saying that updates are available - but it is only IE7 and I am not putting it on again.
Thanks again everyone for your time.
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