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ariel7a

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Each time I log on to AOL I receive the following message "AOL is attempting to access the Internet with one or more unrecognized modules". In addition I have a Yahoo mail account and I'm unable to delete messages there unless I turn Norton Internet Security completely off before I log on the the net. The strangest problem I have is that the intrusion detection option in the "Live Update" section continues to uncheck itself no matter how many times I choose it.
I must've done something wrong but haven't a clue as to how to fix it.
Please help!!
Yolanda
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Double click NIS then personal firewall then internet access control. Run through the list to see if yahoo and AOL are set to permit all
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Double click NIS then personal firewall then internet access control. Run through the list to see if yahoo and AOL are set to permit all

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Will do! Thanks.
Yolanda
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