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intothis1

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Every since I got rid of Spyaxe, when I sign on, I get the error message.."The page you requested is not available offline. Abort or Try Again". It does it on initial sign on the IE or if the pc has been sitting, it will do it when I go back to browsing. I've checked all of the settings and nothing seems out of place. I ran all of the scans, and the reg fix program which straightens it out for an hour or so, then right back to the same thing. Any ideas? I'm running XP and IE6.0.2800. Oh and if I click on "try again", it connects immediately. Thanks for any help.. :tazz:
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First, why are you running an old version of IE?

Second, I see no one answered your hijacklog in malware...sorry. That log is now nearly a month old, so I cannot guess what it looks like now.

Could you please ATTACH--ATTACH a current log to next post...not post in a post.
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I didn't know about IE being that old..I haven't looked in a while. I'll fix that. As far as the other log, no problem. Thanks for looking at this...I think I got the attachment part right. Thanks again

Oops..it won't let me "upload a file with that attachment"

Edited by intothis1, 08 February 2006 - 08:57 PM.

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