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SCRIPT RUNNING ?? chrome/tavgp/content/libs/include.js:595

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It says "a script on this page may be busy or it may have stopped responding", etc. I do think you must have seen this before. If not, let me know and I will try to provide further info.

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I found that allowing a slightly longer time before Firefox gives up on script response worked well. The setting I used in about:config is:

dom.max_script_run_time = 20

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That script is associated with an AVG extension, possibly a tool bar ("/tavgp/").

Have AVG toolbar products been updated for Firefox 5 (still in beta)?

Disabling any AVG extensions and restarting Firefox should stop that error message from occurring. To get help on resolving a problem with AVG, you should post on the AVG user forums for advice.




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