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You need to start a topic in the Malware Forum so the experts there can help you clean the machine up a little. :whistling:
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We are moving on Friday and will have a new provider. I hope this will help because we did not have this problem until we got this current provider.
See you after the move.
Thanks for what you have done so far.
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I am back on line and with a new broadband provider. I had NO problem with lockup before the last provider and we seem to NOT have a problem now. I have gone to same sites that used to lockup and now they load load like they are suppose to.
Thanks to ALL who helped.
Paul
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Glad to hear that, Paul... :blink:

It's odd that an ISP would cause that kind of problem, but then I guess stranger things have happened when running Windows... :whistling:

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