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I cannot access Microsoft websites/antivirus websites


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#1 nukie

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Posted 10 March 2009 - 05:30 AM

Ive had this problem before and I know its no good. Last time however I had to format my whole computer because I didnt have any time to take it off and my internet providor forced me to format my computer or not get the internet. If it happens again they'll cut my internet permanently.

So to my Problem: Whenever I try to access Microsoft of a antivirus website (AVG, norton, malwarebytes.org, etc.), I get a a "the page cannot be viewed" message.

It was working this afternoon when I was trying to download IE6 onto my computer when it said I need to install SP3 for XP and install all these automatic updates. I however cancelled this an hour later because it was taking very long and I had time constraints. and I tried a few hours later and it didnt work.

Im running XP with SP2 and I have MBAM on my computer and also AVG but I dont think its working properly (i.e. it doesnt come up on the system tray)

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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#2 NinthGhost

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Posted 11 March 2009 - 02:38 AM

I have the same problem. Any luck?




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