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JTingly

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Ok, i posted this i think a month ago, but i didnt generate any responses. This is my situation, i have 3 browsers, IE,Maxathon, and firefox. And all of them have the same problem. I go on a site like myspace pages. Pages with the myspace music player..that myspace made itself, makes the whole browser to exit.
Its not only for myspace as well, other sites occasionally has it as well. In addition, same goes for a program as well. Limwire starts up on its nice little box, and it exits couple seconds later. I've been on the limewire forums, and some people suspect that its a java problem. What do you guys think?
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Ok it could be a problem with Java but it could also be spyware or maybe a virus. Firstly I would check your computer for viruses and spyware becuase the limewire network is full of them.
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Well,i doubt its a virus..because limewire hasnt caused me a problem for a couple years.
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Well if you have checked for viruses and spyware then i suspect it could be a java problem as limewire is based on java. I would first go and download the latest version of java and then uninstall both limewire and the java system and then re-boot, then re-install the java system, and limewire if you wish to keep it.

I do still suspect there are spyware/malware problems on your PC and advise you to run some scans on your PC andd see what the results are, becuase if limewire is causing this problem and it is spyware re-installing the application will have no effect whatsoever and your problem will keep returning.

Edited by CJIS, 12 June 2006 - 11:57 PM.

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