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;) I am on XP sp2 and alot of times when i check my yahoo email, some of the box's there read "page cannot be displayed" like when you cannot hook to the internet sometimes. but it is within a web page. it happens at MSN as well, when i go to play MSN games, the ones i used to, it says the same thing when i click on the games link, it takes me to a new window or it displays a popup that reads page cannot be displayed, so i go to download the game, i click the download link and nothing happens, it just idles. i have no popup software and i have no ad-block, just the regular AdAware, Spybot, spywareblaster, IESPYADS, and the Gurus host file, with AVG and Kerio as my AV/FW almost every page has a box in it that says the page cannot be displayed. i did a google search of it but everytning seemed to point to the whole connection being down, as i have sated it is connected as i can browse normally on my DSL connection, but within the page itself, boxs read that messege. any ideas on how to fix? TIA :tazz:

Edited by hosebeee, 30 May 2005 - 12:33 PM.

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Greetings and welcome to Geeks to Go! I would suspect malware. Try working your way through the malware removal guide at the top of this forum where is says "Do you suspect a malware (Spyware, Virus, Trojan) infection? Please start here. " This enables folks to solve most problems on their own. If you still have trouble after that, post a hijack this log in the malware forum at
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