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Followed instructions but can't get IE or Yahoo Msgr to connect


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#1 awayfrmitall

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Posted 08 December 2010 - 07:53 AM

I used the instructions to remove "Antivirus Action" located here: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-removal/remove-antivirus-action

I can get skype & firefox to connect to the internet now that I am done but IE is saying "Internet Explorer can not display the page" when I try to go to any website and Yahoo Messenger won't connect to the internet either.

I don't know what to do so if anyone can help that would be great. I am running Windows 7 and my IE version is 8.

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#2 awayfrmitall

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Posted 08 December 2010 - 08:21 AM

Don't know if this is helpful but here's the troubleshooting log from Yahoo Messenger...

Checking virtual IP servers...
[VIP Raw] Resolving host name 127.0.0.1... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Connecting to Virtual IP server 127.0.0.1... [FAILED]
*** 'COMPONENT_TYPE_WININET' value: '12029' ***
[VIP Raw] Resolving host name 127.0.0.1... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Connecting to Virtual IP server 127.0.0.1... [FAILED]
*** 'COMPONENT_TYPE_WININET' value: '12029' ***
[VIP Raw] Resolving host name 127.0.0.1... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Connecting to Virtual IP server 127.0.0.1... [FAILED]
*** 'COMPONENT_TYPE_WININET' value: '12029' ***
[VIP Raw] Resolving host name 127.0.0.1... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Connecting to Virtual IP server 127.0.0.1... [FAILED]
*** 'COMPONENT_TYPE_WININET' value: '12029' ***
[VIP Raw] Resolving host name 127.0.0.1... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Connecting to Virtual IP server 127.0.0.1... [FAILED]
*** 'COMPONENT_TYPE_WININET' value: '12029' ***
[VIP Raw] Resolving host name 127.0.0.1... [PASSED]
[VIP Raw] Connecting to Virtual IP server 127.0.0.1... [FAILED]
*** 'COMPONENT_TYPE_WININET' value: '12029' ***
[VIP Raw] FAILED
*** 'COMPONENT_TYPE_YCP' YCPError: 'YMSG.ColoSelectionFailed' ***

Checking HTTP virtual IP servers...
[VIP Http] Resolving host name 127.0.0.1... [PASSED]
[VIP Http] Connecting to HTTP Virtual IP server 127.0.0.1... [FAILED]
*** 'COMPONENT_TYPE_WININET' value: '12029' ***
[VIP Http] Resolving host name 127.0.0.1... [PASSED]
[VIP Http] Connecting to HTTP Virtual IP server 127.0.0.1... [FAILED]
*** 'COMPONENT_TYPE_WININET' value: '12029' ***
[VIP Http] Resolving host name 127.0.0.1... [PASSED]
[VIP Http] Connecting to HTTP Virtual IP server 127.0.0.1... [FAILED]
*** 'COMPONENT_TYPE_WININET' value: '12029' ***
[VIP Http] Resolving host name 127.0.0.1... [PASSED]
[VIP Http] Connecting to HTTP Virtual IP server 127.0.0.1... [FAILED]
*** 'COMPONENT_TYPE_WININET' value: '12029' ***
[VIP Http] FAILED
*** 'COMPONENT_TYPE_YCP' YCPError: 'YMSG.ColoSelectionFailed' ***

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Posted 08 December 2010 - 08:29 AM

I fixed it. Wanted to post here in case someone else had the same problem.

Went into IE, then tools, then internet options. On the connections tab clicked lan settings and unchecked the box saying to use a proxy server and checked the one saying to automatically detect.

Problem solved...

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Posted 08 December 2010 - 11:06 AM

Thanks ,that would be it. The other malware issue is fixed.. Was this an XP system?
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