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When i try to download a program my security will not allow

Every time i try and down poad a program like limewire or anything else i get a security window telling it will not allow

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Try clicking "run" or "allow" when the warnings pop up. Or try logging in as an administrator

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Bought this and it gave me a virus. Had to have Norton delete. Now, I wish to get my money back. Order # LKYJ87EQ for $49.00


if you paid by cash, card or direct debit the put it down to experience. If you paid by paypal then contact them and lodge an application for a refund
The virus protect you have is not working as any programs loaded /downloaded are always pre-checked by the security program as soon as you start/ install or plug in
My security system asks to scan for anything that down load or install (cd's sticks or anything with a program possibility) and the screen lights up red if anything is found that may be detrimental to the computer. Only a mug over rides the advice to cancel the program immediately

Apr 08, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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Most every song I try to download turns out being a track that talks about a limewire/frostwire court ordered settlement... Why can't I just find the songs I searched for?


Limewire has been court ordered to close down as of a couple of months ago, you cannot use limewire more frostwire anymore to download any illegal material.

To download songs, try iTunes or Zune

Apr 28, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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My internet works but luckywire cant connect it, still says connecting...


Hi.
The problem is with the program, not your computer. Luckywire's servers have constant issues with connections, so I always recommend other programs instead of it.

The one I personally use is Frostwire.
It works as good as Limewire did, but faster!

I have downloaded games that would have taken 4 or 5 hours on the old Limewire, and downloaded them in around 80-90 minutes instead.

The best download rate I could ever get on Limewire was around 200k, but Frostwire can give 1.2 MB's as a download rate.
Quite fast, and quick to download the program as well.

Here is the link to it, should you decide to download it.

http://www.frostwire.com/

The download button is right there when you get to the website.

It's a large button, so you shouldn't have any problems finding it.

Good luck, and I hope I helped you out today!

Mar 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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When I try to download anything I get a message that says my security settings are not allowing this download. I turned of security and still got the same message.


The computer is on alert, a messenger to the user. Several computer features perform alert functionalities. First, the firewalls are feature functions on the computer that prevents any program least recognized as belonging to the system from integration. Alternately said, a firewall on the computer disallows any program installations either achievable with CDs, Disk or DVD media or simple downloadable from networked structure of devices. In the situation that external programs were being introduced by the user, a message alert is displayed either as warning of possible infiltration or requesting permission for progress. Second, the computer security settings usually prevent any unauthorized integration of programs into users default settings. In which instance, the user has to disable the computers security else downloads of program installations would be nonexistent. Third, internet worked computer device usually has security setting for several purposes. First, internet security setting on the computer allows the default user of the computer to gain access to networked device often common with subscriber connections. Once an authorized user is recognized, permission is acquired to navigate the network. Alternately, internet computer securities disallow intrusion programs. For example while on the internet, it is possible to request programs either irrelevant in functionality, harmful ware clogging computers features as default. Finally, internet security make impossible hidden intrusions on the from several device operating under auspices least observable above program encryptions. However, a computer alert performs as reminder to the user that an introduction of programs from an elsewhere location is about to take place. Usually, a popup logo would require authorization approval to continue with accessibility or authorization disapproval for alternate response to be achieved. In the situation of yahoo messenger installation alert would require disabling the computer firewalls if any installation the program may be required. A computer firewall set as enabled would hardly allow installations or downloads unless the feature was set to disabled by the computer user for resuming of program transferability.

Jan 25, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Cant download ares or limewire


Update windows explorer on windows vista.
Here is the reason why it closes down your AOL when your going to download from ARES or LIMEWIRE because from Internet Explorer (Internet Options) automatically change the network setting, supposed to be Automatic Setting to connect on the internet but it change into Bypass or Proxy Server "check it there". We encounter this before but I do is to update the Internet explorer from 7.0 version up to the latest version of IE.
Hope were the same problem and help you guide about this. Good luck!

Aug 04, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic Edition

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Cannot open limewire but i can open any other application


Try u Torrent it's a much better program and have never had a problem with Limewire ain't that good.John

Jul 31, 2009 | Apple iMac OS 9.1

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How to open my limewire after dowbnloading?


Dessa,

It's not clear in your post exactly what file you are referring to.

Have you just downloaded the Limewire program, and are trying to install it? If so, it sounds as if the download is corrupted. Try downloading it again. You can get it here from the official website.

If on the other hand you already have Limewire installed and the file that will not open is something you have downloaded with the program, DELETE IT IMMEDIATELY.

Viruses and other nasties can be hidden with innocent looking files. The fact that it is warning you about operating system files and potential damage should set alarm bells ringing!

Try getting the file again from a different source.

Good luck.


Matt

Apr 16, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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