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internet explorer error script (server busy)

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by red raider mom, Feb 4, 2007.

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  1. red raider mom

    red raider mom Thread Starter

    Feb 4, 2007
    I use windows xp, I keep getting two different windows that say,
    Server Busy
    This action cannot be completed because the other program is busy. Choose "Switch To" to activate the busy program and correct the problem. I will click this option but it does not clear the message, I have to turn off the pc and try again.
    The other thing I get is a box that states:
    Internet explorer script error
    Line: 2
    Char: 54
    Error: server execution failed
    Code: 0
    URL: file://C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Local settings\Temp\NDr61

    I also have done a scan with Spybot and it shows a virus Win32/Clspring.FQ it shows this twice and on one it shows that it has been deleted, but on the next line int shows it again and it states Infected. I can't seem to remove it. HELP!
  2. techkid


    Sep 1, 2004
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    To assist in your problem, we need you to download HijackThis (http://www.merijn.org/files/hijackthis.zip). Extract it to a folder like C:\Program Files\HijackThis. Run it, and select 'Scan'. Do not fix anything yet, just select 'Save log', and copy the contents of the log to your next post.

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  3. -MC-


    Apr 24, 2007
    I also get the Server Busy and Internet Explorer Script Error warnings. I don't believe I have a virus though. How can these problems be fixed? Is it something that a registry fixing program can fix or something else?
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