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Annie712

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:tazz: Here's the problem.My husband and I both use windows xp.However, on his computer he is unable to insert addresses into emails,view msnbc videos,if in msn chat, he is unable to go to chat options or help,view his bank transactions. A red circle with a line through it appears just as he clicks onto these and then the screen flashes and then nothing happens.Is his security set too high (it's at medium) or does he possibly have too much pop up blockers (he has about 4 of them).I have tried everything to help him fix the problem, but I'm not an IT tech.HELP!!
Thanks very much,
Annie
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Hello there. Please follow all the steps listed here;
http://www.geekstogo..._Log-t2852.html

Because that sounds like malware troubles. Does he have any Anti-virus/anti-spyware software?

- Rawe :tazz:
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You may have malware on your system. Please go here.
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VirusKillersM... Do you EVER read the whole thread before posting your advices?
I posted the same advice as you did. Earlier. There's no point of posting advices if you don't know what others have asked the user to do first.
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