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I can't get on a website because pop up blocker was detected

I'm trying to get into a website but it says popup blocker was detected. I turned off the pop up blocker but it still doesn't let me get in.

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Not Much Information There...

In reply to: I can't get on a website because pop up blocker was detected

Which website?

Which operating system?

Which browser are you using?

And did you turn off all popup blockers on your computer? (Browser's blocker, all toolbar blockers such as Google toolbar, any other blockers?)

Tried uninstalling any special toolbars?

Hope this helps and let us know more.


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reset ie

if your are using internet explorer . you have to reset the setting of internet explorer.
Boot your computer in safe mode with networking and download MALWAREBYTES software and install in normal mode. after installation scan your computer but updates malwarebytes software from net.

Note :- create the restore point before doing anything.

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Then go somewhere else

Then go somewhere else would be my strong suggestion. Very rarely are legitimate sites going to complain about a popup blocker. It's usually porn sites and other places that are a breeding ground for malware and virus infestations. Especially if you're using any version of IE, which is like painting a giant bullseye on your butt, and bending over.

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