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tanda

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Hi Everyone,
I use to do four different online scans, but now I can't, anyone know why?

1/ BIT DEFENDER, It loads the page and I agree to the agreement, and it says
"This site is not autherised to host this active x control"

2/ TREND MICRO, It loads the page, then says,
"Java suport is disabled or no java is installed"
I have java, and it is the most up to date. I click ok, It downloads an update, and prepairs to scan, but does not continue, it prepaires continiously. Quite often it says I have an abnormally slow internet connection, I haven't , I have 4MB Broadband.

3/ KASPERSKY, I fill in country, county, e-mail address, click on scan, and nothing happens.

4/ PANDA, It load up, it says scan now, I click on it, and nothing happens.

On 2,3,and 4, I have waited 5-10 minites, and nothing happens, all four scans used to run ok, now none of them work, any ideas?

I have/use,
AVG Free Anti-Virus, Sygate Firewall, AD-Aware, Spybot, tune up, clean up, Trojan hunter, CW Shredder, Spyware Blaster, (These are the main ones, I have a few more).

I also get MS JAVA.DLL and KERNEL32.DLL errors when I close the online scaners down, but not every time.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Edited by tanda, 05 October 2006 - 04:32 PM.

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Hi tanda...

I'd start by checking your IE security settings. There is a good guide for this HERE.

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Hi Wannabe1, Thanks for the reply, I have looked at the website and changed some of the settings, then tried all four scans, :whistling: no, sorry, no difference. Anything else I can try?
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Ok...try Updating ActiveX Objects.
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Hi Wannabe1, The link doesn't work, "Page cannot be displayed". I have been looking at Active x and Java updates, but to be honest, I don'ty know which one I should be downloading, so I haven't downloaded any. The update on the Sun Java site, says I have the most up to date.
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Hi Wannabe 1,
Problem solved, had another problem, which when fixed, sorted this one out too, that question is here.

http://www.geekstogo...s...pid=822348

Edited by tanda, 29 October 2006 - 05:43 AM.

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