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My laptop internet connection will only log onto to certain web pages says there is a problem with certificates.. I have Norton 360 & Windows Vista with only 1 firewall active...

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Ok, norton, throw that junk away, get spybot s&d and avg free virus protection, the two of them are a billion times better than any of the trash that norton has ever come up with. other than that, i have no idea..norton does **** though

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Method 1:

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Note: For Windows Vista users, right click on Internet Explorer icon. Select Run as Administrator.


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