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I have a pc a pretty new dell that runs windows xp. The problem is I sell Avon and when I want to go to a secure page it won't let me. Also I have gone to the ms site and tried the update windows. It can't scan or update. In both cases the message I get is the same. Active x controls are not enabled. As a result this page may not load correctly. Then I get a page to detect network settings. Check security on the internet tools page etc blah blah blah

I have set everything back to default and still it won't work. There can't be much wrong with pc but it is driving me nuts... <_<

Also it's my daughter's pc and she was downloading songs and ended up with a virus. I got a stinger disk off the computer at work and put it in her pc and got rid of the worm. I don't know if the virus has affected the pc and is this why I am having problem??

Thanks in advance
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On the Internet Explorer toolbar select Tools -> Internet Options, select the security tab. Set the slider to medium. The click the custom button. You ActiveX settings should be as shown below:

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Hi I will be trying this today.. Thanks
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