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Old 05-18-2012   #1 (permalink)
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Adobe Script Error Message

I've been having error messages pop up in the last week that look like this:




I'm not sure what this is all about and am wondering if anyone can help me figure this out. I belong to two vbulletin forums and haven't had an error message pop up on the other one. Is anyone else having this problem or is this something on my end I need to fix?
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perhaps AdSense is serving you a wonky advert. We only use flash for webcam viewers or embedded videos.
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perhaps AdSense is serving you a wonky advert. We only use flash for webcam viewers or embedded videos.
Thanks for your quick reply. Is there anything I can do to prevent the wonky ads? I don't know anything about these sort of things. :o
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Looks like you are running Windows XP. Make sure your browser and flash plugin is up-to-date. Depending upon the browser, you could also run an Adblock plugin.
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Looks like you are running Windows XP. Make sure your browser and flash plugin is up-to-date. Depending upon the browser, you could also run an Adblock plugin.
Yes. Yes, flash plugin is up to date. and OK! My browser is Google Chrome. I will try that. Thank You!
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i think there has been a bad virus going around pretending to be adobe update
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i think there has been a bad virus going around pretending to be adobe update
Ran my scan early this morning and no virus.
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Ok....I found this icon located on the ad bar (when you place cursor over it, it reads "Anuncios Google" or Google Ads....clicked on that and then opted out of the DoubleClick Cookie and haven't had an error message pop up. I'm hoping that might have fixed my issue?



I noticed that the only thing in that ad area was the icon when error messages would pop up....no ad at all.....just the icon.
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