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My computer won't let me view secure sites. I have Rung Aol and everything they have suggested has not worked. I have typed in securefix, checked my time and date settings, made sure mt sll 1.0 is on or whatever and all of that, deleted temp internet files, cleared cookies, reset web, advanced, and security in internet explorer and my browser supports 128-bit whatever

If anyone has had this problem or know of any way to sort it out i would be very grateful as this is driving me nuts! also i have windows xp and service pack 2 (i am not sure if that makes any differnce)
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There where some suggestions posted in another topic about the same thing:

http://www.geekstogo...on-t128236.html
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I want to get rid of norton because i think it is that that is messing up my computer but when i go to add/remove programs it says i can't remove it without logging on to it first. When i try to log onto norton it won't let me. I don't have the full version of norton.
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Symantec made a nifty little removal tool cause of all the complaints about the problems removing their product.

http://service1.syma...005033108162039

Only works using IE.
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