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clorenz46615

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Greetings,

I must say this site was the only one that ever seemed to solve all the problems I was having due to spyware, etc. and IE shutting down, etc.

I installed all the different programs and ran them.

Somewhere along the I have encountered a problem. I believe it was related to the fixes that I performed. I also tried to run Firefox, but I imported my bookmarks and stuff from IE, which may not have been too smart.

Here is the problem. At least one website that I used to access on a regular basis now only loads with the usual page cannot be displayed. Yet I CAN go to most of the other pages within the site, but have only done this through anonymouse server pages. Example would be like on this site, if I could access this forum and other links, but could NOT log into my account. And it isn't that I am blocked from the site, because (besides that it would not make any sense) I cannot get to the page where I can log on. And I can log on for the chatroom parts, just not main pages.

I have removed all the programs that I had installed to deal with malware that blocked stuff etc. one by one. Nothing helps. The site is not in the list of blocked sites.


Any ideas?

Please help if you can. It is driving me nuts.

THanks.

clorenz
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