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Fenor

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It's possible that when you make BSafe Filter not boot at startup that it might have a failsafe feature that shuts off all Internet access. Most likely so kids can't do exactly what we just did and be able to view all the naughty sites they want without mom knowing. :tazz:

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I would recommened that you talk to your mom about the possibility of uninstalling it while we try to find a solution to this situation, but hold off on that until wannabe1 replies to your last post. He may have something that will get us past this.

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Swift...

You can re-enable BSafe the same way you disabled it only put a check in the box.

I've been reading up on BSafe and aparently you can add websites to a block/unblock list at the server level. This would require someone with login rights to access the account options. (Time to get Mom in on this?) Add the game site to the allowed list and you should be set.

As for the McAfee...is it disabled permanently? Is just the Firewall disabled or is the AV disabled, too. Having a good, working, and updated AV program is critical.

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