Please help... script error

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    Please help... script error


    Hi...before I start I will need replies in Laymans terms as I am not technically minded...sorry.
    Every time I use my laptop it comes up with a box stating "script error" how do I rectify this?
    Also the laptop is running VERY SLOW is there a way I can get it back to running normally, apart from restoring factory settings? Any info greatfully received...thanks in advance, Lia
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    Capture the error when it occurs next time. To do this, press Print Screen. This will capture an image of your Desktop, including the error message.

    Start a reply here then press Ctrl+V to paste the captured desktop image into the reply. Add any words you want then click Post Quick Reply.
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