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AZCMer

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Thank you, Ron. This took me a while as I got caught in the morass of trying to figure out what's what.

Port 443 is open due to Firefox using it. I've noticed a lot of postings for help with malware on this forum for Firefox. Do you think this may be the reason?

I got the same answer when I checked the DNS. So, now I'm not sure as to why I'm getting these kinds of errors.

Updated the nvidia driver. So confusing. Blankety-blank driver never really worked. The update is dated just last month.

>>>Also, I found a prog in my startup called nvtbm.exe by novatek and I can't find any information about it. Also I can't find any applications by novatek in my program list.

Anyway, I really appreciate your help. I've been learning quite a bit going through this process. Thank you so much.

Edited by AZCMer, 27 November 2010 - 11:26 PM.

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Just got a reply on the mbr dump. It's OK.

You should probably turn off System Restore then turn it back on again. This will purge the System Restore archives.

Make sure you have the latest version of Java and of your adobe products.

Ron
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