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Pop Up Message Opening Internet Explorer/freezing Text

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#1 madtypist


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Posted 21 February 2006 - 12:22 AM

When I open internet explorer, I get a pop up message with a red X saying "internet explorer cannot open the internet site http://e.my.yahoo.com/config/my_init?.intl...tner-my&.from=1. Operation aborted. I can still use the internet but that pops up every time. Also, when working off line, something runs and freezes up my text and my foot pedal I use to listen to doctor's dictation momentarily, the hard drive starts to beep, and then the text comes on all capitalized or missing letters. Very time consuming and annoying. Checked Ad-ware and Spybot and AVG, defraged and scan disked which revealed nothing. Crtl-alt-delete shows these programs: avgemc, lexpps pfppop70, j2gdllcmd, Llsched, osa, Qttask, Nag, Llscheng, Systray and J2gtray. As far as I can tell, none of these should cause a problem. Can someone please help me with this? It only freezes at night, during the day it's fine. I do not have anything running like a scheduler and am not on the internet on-line when it happens. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

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#2 River_Rat


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Posted 21 February 2006 - 12:47 AM

As for the problem opening the website:
Do a Winsock repair to make sure your Winsock Stack is not corrupt.

As for the programs running in the background:

These programs are not needed at startup and can be stopped from loading by going to:
Start>Run>(type) msconfig>Startup Tab>remove the checkmark and restart.

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