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The script on opening web broswersays Warning: Unresponsive Script

A script on this page may be busy,or it may have stopped responding.You can stop the script now,or you can continue to see if the script will complete. Script:chrome//global/content/bindings/text.xml34 and then two options to continue & stop the script. BTW my system is already hacked,and I have been cyber bullied by a hacker,is it related to that.

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Have you tried setting your homepage to about:blank? –  Iszi May 7 '12 at 13:25
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Just remove the infection.... –  Ramhound May 7 '12 at 16:52

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BTW my system is already hacked,and I have been cyber bullied by a hacker,is it related to that.

Compromised systems should be Nuked from Orbit and reinstalled/restored from backup. So if you haven't done that it might be related. It would also mean you still haven't done what we suggested so please do this first.

If you have followed my steps, it might just be a defective plugin/addon in your browser.

Disable all your addons and re-enable (make sure it's a plugin you installed) them one by one and restart your browser every time to identify the particular plugin. If the problem still persists this might be related.

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I'd go a step further and not do a restore from backup unless I can be 150% certain that the backup wasn't compromised as well. Since I rarely can find that out, I would nuke and reinstall from start. –  jrg Aug 20 '12 at 12:32

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