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Had the same issue. After weeks, and 2 calls to Cobra later w/o success, it clicked in my head...router firewall!
Temporarily change your firewall settings to minimum security and you should see the server error disappear and server available show up in Cobra HomeBase. Download what you wish to update and then reset your router firewall to the security level you had it on originally.
Antivirus softwares have grades of performance functionalities. The most functional are norton antivorus that has out performance ratings on most operating systems. Norton comes with a complete windows utilities functionalities to protect the windows programs, quarantne any unwanted programs, perform systems tune ups like defragmenting, and selecting the approapiate programs only that improves the computer experince. consider acquiring norton antivirus.
also, webroot antivirus is a development software and depending on the condition of your computer could have become impediment to program functionality. Norton antivirus should quarantine and extract the webroot.
Not much info to go on but if this the product trial that was installed on your new pc then it is now useless.
I his is the case dowload malwarebytes free version here www.malwarebytes,org download, install, upsate, run full scan then go here http://www.zonealarm.com/security/en-us/zonealarm-pc-security-free-firewall.htm
download free firewall immediately then here http://www.avast.com/free-antivirus-download download, install and update products until you are ready to buy new ones hope this helps
Sounds like you have a non-AV version of Webroot if options are greyed out. If not, uninstall and re- install. If you've used "Hijack This" then you've used one of the best tools available for tracking down issues with malware. Remember, it is better to scan for malware in Windows SAFE MODE. Superantispyware is an excellent and free utility. Also try Panda's free online service too. If your system is clean and still slow, then your registry might be the culprit in addition to the usual suspects (defrag'd drives, windows temp files, cookies, etc).
yes use kaspersky antivirus 7or higher version to delete any type of worms in ur system.it really works.having two antivurus is not recommended as it slows down ur system.if u find any type of that worms or virus present in c:\windows or c:\program files please don delete it , as it may make ur os unstable. so try restoring ur computer to earlier date