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internet not responding due to a long running script

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 My computer is very slow operating and most of the time the display

"website not responding due to a long running script" appears.

What can be done to solve this problem?

At the moment the computer is not operationel.

 

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Christian

 

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>  the computer is not operational.

 

Please explain.

Error-messages very quickly after power-on?

Does it boot into Windows?

Error-messages while loading Windows?

 

> "website not responding due to a long running script"

 

This message is a "guess" by Internet Explorer that it is taking "too long" to fully display a specific web-page.

This can be caused by the "script" coding on a web-page that is consuming too much CPU.

 

But, if "overall", your computer is running slowly, you have some other problem.

What are the specifications for your computer:

 

* manufacturer,

* model-number,

* CPU speed,

* single-core, dual-core, quad-core,

* Operating System,

* anti-virus software installed, updating itself regularly,

* amount of RAM memory,

* age of the disk-drive,

* is the C: partition nearly full,

 

When you open Windows "Task Manager", and click the "Performance" tab, what do you see?

 

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