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Having some connection issues would greatly appreciate help


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mankey522

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I'm having trouble. I cant connect to Full tilt Poker or any of my messengers when i try to it just says unable to connect to server. I have went through my firewalls and allowed un allowed restarted . Uninstalled and re installed programs i have literally tryed all the basics. the only thing i can see wrong with my comp is when i restart i get an error message that says symsport.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvience. Any suggestions?

Edited by mankey522, 18 February 2008 - 02:09 AM.

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coachwife6

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I am not sure if the connection problems are connected to your anti-viral (Norton), but it may be.

1. Do you have Norton and is it paid for and up to date?
2. If it is, disconnect from the internet, uninstall and reinstall.
3. See if you have the same boot-up problem.
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Do you still have access to the Internet or is your connection completely dead?
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No i can connect to the internet and get on every web page i just cant use messengers or my poker programs.
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