Question about Computers & Internet
We recently received a fairly new computer (Windows XP) that was used briefly in the corporate environment. When we go to download any software, either from CD/DVD or online, it ultimately prevents it from loading or opening. I'm sure the company placed some sort of firewall to prevent this. What can we do?
One of the easyest way to solve this problem is to reinstall windows XP. But I like doing things the hard way. inside your internet options you can access and set this function. if there is a security program on the computer find out the security code and delete the program. usually the company would distroy the partition on the computer. if not there mostlikely to have given you some confidentual files. YOU CAN ACCESS THE INTERNET OPTIONS IN THE CONTROL PANEL FROM THE START MENU. the normal settings should be : Internet Medium High
Local Intranet Medium Low
Trusted Sights Medium
Restricted sights High.
there is a button in the security column that will set things to default level
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