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TRUSTED SITES ZONE.


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I have a Packard Bell IMED 1625 P4 computer, purchased last August, operating Windows XP.

Over the last month, for no apparent reason, I have been unable to add or delete any sites in my TRUSTED SITES zone.

If I try to DELETE a site, it just reappears after I click OK.

If I try to ADD a site, the following error message appears;



Trusted Sites

X Sites added to this zone must use the https:// prefix.
This prefix assures a secure connection.



It doesn't seem to matter what format I imput, all I ever get is the same error message.

I have SpySweeper, Spybot, Windows Registry Repair, Ad-Aware SE, Microsoft AntiSpyware & McAfee Virus Scan, but I cannot put it down to any of these, as far as I know.

Does anyone have any ideas what might be causing the problem?????
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X Sites added to this zone must use the https:// prefix.
This prefix assures a secure connection.

uncheck the box that says require server authentication for sites entered into this zone...that should fix that

don't know about the first part....i'm gonna move this post into the browsers section since this is more of an IE problem than an xp problem at the moment
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