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lorimay7

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I have a Windows XP system and tonight we can not log into any websites. The internet is working but whenever we go to a log in screen on any site...we get the "cannot display webpage" message or "Error in data transfer" type message.

Any idea about what is wrong and how to solve it?

Thank you,
Lori
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Battle Unit

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did you try different browsers?
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Yes. It happens on IE and Mozilla.
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AND...we have two desktops in the house...it's only doing this on one of the two.
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hm...
any firewalls or other security software installed?
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We have anti-virus software but nothing new. I've been using the same program for 2 years. The only firewall I have is whatever is built in to the pc..nothing new added. Yesterday afternoon everything worked fine. I'm thinking a setting got changed somewhere, somehow...but what and where do I look to fix it?
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