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a week or so ago, i double-clicked the casino-on-net icon on my desktop (acer aspire 3003 lci windows xp), and the system could not find the .exe file. i've played it often (just practice play, never with real money). when i tried to re-download the games, the computer crashed. i tried to download other free games, and each time, the computer crashed or the browser was closed. i then navigated to an old favorite online free slots site, clicked a slot machine, and the browser closed. i ran various virus scanners, including trendmicro and other popular scanners, and halfway through each scan, the sytem crashed. i ran a defrag, and 3 percent into it, the system crashed. i ran registry mechanic. crash. the eerie thing is, i'm able to do everything else i normally do on the net. home page is fine, all the non-game sites are fine. surfing is no problem. few, if any, popups. no apparent change in performance. the only things i can't do are play casino games (anywhere on the net) or run normal system checks. everything else seems fine. what do you think is going on? thanks. ps: i registered with my former e-mail, because your site said my current e-mail ([email protected]) already was in use. anyway, if you need to get in touch, my e-mail is [email protected] thanks, again.

Edited by fzvit, 07 April 2007 - 06:01 PM.

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