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AVG Internet Security Is Not Letting me Sign In!

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Hey there guys since i installed this Antivirus called AVG Inertnet Security i had a problem signing in so i was looking for some option to configure the access into my MSN so im gonna tell u what i did first was going to my AVG Folder:

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so i selected the one called AVG Firewall Wizard as u can see in that image and it pops up that windows configuration so tried my adding a new configuration and updating current settings and nothing happened.And everytime i tried to sign into my msn it shows this:

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Even when i try to repair this error the only problem is the "Key Ports" im pretty sure AVG is blocking a filter or something that wont let me sign in

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Now im using Shadow Pro Edition which is like a deep freezer to freeze up ur disk or whatever u want to keep as safe as possible the weird problem here is that when i deactivate it it will reboot as usually so now when this is deactivated and i try to sign into my msn it works perfectly i mean i dont have to configure my AVG or something like that, so if u know whats going on please give me a hand on this problem and by the way everything was working perfectly about my msn so i dont know whats going on.

I will appreciate your help guys. Thank u ! :)

Edited by brady1988, 29 January 2009 - 01:19 PM.

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