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Error Message " The tab has been recovered" in IE8

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Old 08-03-2009
Bob
 

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Error Message " The tab has been recovered" in IE8
I keep getting an error message every time a new pop up window opens....it
says The tab has been recovered. It causes the previous pages to re-load and
can also cause errors. I see where this is happening to others....but
haven't seen a reliable fix. Any ideas ?

Thanks
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Bob
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Old 08-03-2009
rob^_^
 

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Re: Error Message " The tab has been recovered" in IE8
Hi Bob,

Have you tried running IE(?) in no-Addons mode.

Problems with popup windows can be caused by third-party toolbars that have
their own popup blocker.

Check for updates for each of your toolbars and check the settings for each
and turn off any built-in popup blockers. You don't need them as IE has its
own.

Regards.

"Bob" <Bob@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:40D561D8-1F61-4E6F-A80A-69AE878A0276@microsoft.com...
> I keep getting an error message every time a new pop up window opens....it
> says The tab has been recovered. It causes the previous pages to re-load
> and
> can also cause errors. I see where this is happening to others....but
> haven't seen a reliable fix. Any ideas ?
>
> Thanks
> --
> Bob


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