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I can use aim but not ie or firefox! PLEASE HELP!


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Rowley1001

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Ok I only use IE or Firefox for about 5 to 10 mins after startup/reboot before it stops working on me. Now I can still you aol instant messanger but no http software. This whole thing started when zone alarm had a major crash. I tried removing it all and thought I had but the problem is starting again. Ive ran spyware antivirus i ran regedit and cleared all internet cache and files. I just dont know what is causing it. Any suggestions?
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Hi Rowley1001, have you been able to take your computer into safe mode with networking to see if you can surf in there?
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Ok so im pretty sure its still the issue with zonealarm cause I reinstalled it and guess what my internet works just fine. So there is some rouge file or something from zonealarm that is messin with my http access.
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So everything is working fine for you now?
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Yes but I would still like to know what is going on cause I dont wanna have to have zonealarm installed just to surf the internet.
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