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Programs no longer launching/Tabs always saved

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#1 lexzl


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Posted 24 June 2011 - 09:01 PM

The problem started about a week ago, I would use firefox and close the whole window, but upon relaunching it all the tabs would come up again. I cleared, my cache/history and they still managed to pop up. I deleted a couple of .js files in the folder and, nevertheless, they popped up again. So I did a system restore and that seemed to have corrected the issue.

However, when my computer booted up again a tool I use every once in a while stated it could not find "sortkey.nlp". Since i don't use it much I ignored the problem. Windows proceeded to download updates, restart, and have more updates needing a restart again. A few days went by and the tabs issue started again. This time when I restarted the computer, a game of mine refused to load. In addition, when attempting to access my account on their official site "www.atlusonline.com" I get flagged by firefox. I checked the certificate for the page being blocked and it states the certificate is issued by godaddy.com which doesn't seem right considering the company.

Thus I've decided to come to you before further restores are necessary and more programs stop working.

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