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My best advice is to download and install COMODO CIS (computer internet security) It's the one I use and I swear by and it's free. Once installed, you can run a scan on your PC immediately which should locate and deal with the jollybee. Download it here http://comodo.com
please update your antivirus software daily and scan you system during morning and evening to ensure the virus is cleaned and prevent them from accessing the main system. Also avoid opening sites that are not trusted and downloading any patches that are not tested in your testing environment. A word of advice, Please do not install any patches you have downloaded especially if you don't tested is first. By testing the patches you have download, you can prevent the viruses and worms from spreading in to your system. So i recommend that if you are downloading any patches now, please test it first in your testing machin then observe and if it is successful and you don't find any bugs or lapses from the downloaded patches then that's the time you install it in your system.
just go to control panel> add or remove programs> and click on any programs connecting with the name linksys and then click remove to uninstall it.that will remove all the components for linksys from your computer including the one for the start bar.
You either have a Permanent firewall or you have a proxy. If you know its a permanent firewall then you are pretty much stuck. But if its a proxy server there is a glimmer of hope.
Obviously the following instruction makes alot of assuptions on your network setup.
Assuming you have a proxy server, you could try going to the following place assuming you are using Microsoft's internet explorer.
Go to Tools>Internet Options>Connections Click on LAN Settings Un tick "Use a proxy server for you LAN...." Make sure you have ticked "Automatically detect settings" Click OK Click Apply then OK and close IE and then Open IE again.
Now try and download the file again. If this still doesn't work then chances are you will need to see your Admin as they have a firewall appliance that checks everything.
IF the "Use a proxy server for you LAN...." was already unticked chances are you won't be able to get around it as you are downloading a file greater than 3Mb and again see your Admin.
If all else fails home and download your file that you need from there.
Restart your computer and immediately start pressing F8
A list should appear, select Safe Mode with Networking
Try Runescape and see if it updates, if it does there is something running n your system that is blocking the conection.
If it cannot update we need to know if you have a router or gateway and it's make and model.
Try starting up in safe mode by pressing F8 a few times during boot to get the bootup menu. Select safe mode by itself.
If you have system restore on then you can try to revert back to right before you installed mcafee. Your machine probably created a restore point right before the software installed. This would be the easiest way to get around this issue.
Another way would be to boot into safe mode then go to start -> run and type msconfig then press enter. The System Configuration Utility should come up. Go to the startup tab and uncheck all mcafee related items. Click OK then reboot. McAfee won't start on boot and crash your machine and you can then uninstall it. Be careful with this step though as you could make things worse by unchecking the wrong startup items. Its best to try and revert to a restore point first.