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I have firewall protection and I also have antispyware software installed and antivirus, the Verizon Technician had me disable the firewall but not the antispyware software. I have my system set up to automatically install all critical windows updates. According to the virus protection scan I need an up to date program could that be the problem?
How can I reset my DNS settings using the firewall or manual reset?
Message Edited by klbf on 11-30-2005 10:46 AM
I turned off the firewall protection and set all the internet options to default, I still cannot access 123greetings.com. Is it possible that the Windows Firewall is causing the problem, I have the option to install a firewall from Mc Afee? What should I do?
I did what you and Mex suggested and still I have no access to 123.greetings.com.
Dear Bow Tie,
Presently that is the only website that I do not have access to, I cleared the cookies and still no access.