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That is great to hear. Everything is working correctly now for you?
Any issues you have we need to look at?
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I actually do have one issue, but with my other computer. I had a bunch of problems with it as far as viruses so someone on here helped me and told me to remove all my adobe and java, then reinstall the new ones. Well, I did this, but now I can't access any videos on youtube. It keeps telling me that my activex and java has been disabled, but its not. Any ideas?
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What browser and version are you using on it?
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I am using internet explorer 7.
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Open IE and go to Tools
Click on Internet Options
Click on the tab named Advanced
Go through the list and make sure activeX and Java are indeed checked to run.
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I dont see an active x box, but the java one is set to run.
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Did the tech in malware have you run JavaRa and uninstall all previous versions of Java and then install the newest one?
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