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    Dyanne Reinis May 11, 2010

    lol i know th feelin.!! :oD what sort of problem.?? is there an error msg..and if so what does it say.?? does it mention plugins or addons at all.??

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System restore, go back to before the problem occurred.
That works a lot of the time.

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