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I am sorry to post again, but it is very frustrating trying to fix a problem by yourself, going by the help offered on this site..and then not being able to do most of the things that might be of help to you, mainly because you cannot download the files that may help you fix your problem..comprende?..I am so frustrated with this computer somedays I want to smash it..I think it has a mind of it's own at times..it only does what it wants..has so many problems I don't know which one is the worst..Please help if you can..someone?..thank you :tazz:
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Open Internet Explorer.
In the menu, click on Tools, then select Internet Options.
Select the Security tab
Where it says "Select a Web content zone to specify it's security settings", click on the Internet icon so it's highlighted... (the icon that looks like the "world")
In the lower right hand corner, click on Default level, then click on OK.
Close all the windows and relaunch IE.

Go ahead and try downloading files again. Please let us know how you get along!

By the way, you only waited about 30 minutes before doing a double posting of this problem. Please understand that because we are all on different time zones, someone may not be able to get to your post right away. As frustrating as things get, please try to be patient with us. Thank you!

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