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The old Submariner

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Can anyone help me on this please. I am unable to open up any attachments in my emails, and when I go on to Google and click on a web site it will not open up. I run Windows XP Pro sp3, and have BT Yahoo for my E-mail. As I am typing this question all the options that I could have on this page such as "Emoticons" "Insert Image" "Insert email address, all have a red X in the box which is the same for any attachments that I get.
Any help would be very much appreciated before I have to take my pc to the menders and have the entire contents of my wallet removed.
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Graham
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It is we may presume not a problem confined to BT Yahoo, or indeed Google, possibly something more general.

How long have you had the problem please, does this time, fit in with the installation of any software.

Have you by any chance used any registry cleaners, booster programs etc. PLEASE do not do so, they frequently cause problems, in fact many more times than any occasion they actually solve any issues.

Do you use Internet Explorer or Mozilla or which please.

Please provide the answers to the above.
Also are you logged on as a user with administrative rights.
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