Every day from time to time I get an error message: "global virtual card host" (has stopped functioning--my message is in Swedish). I have just been closing the message and going on normally, but since I am now having other problems with a very slow computer (have used spywaredoctor--all ok) and troublesome usb ports, I would like advice at least on this error message. Can't find any advice through google search.
In the programs folder, you will find the ASUS Security Center, under "My Identity" there is a log off oportunity. Make use of it when visiting (often "old-fashioned") websites responding with a "global virtual card host etc.."- message, typically only after submitting a form.
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Please uninstall the messenger, download and install latest yahoo messenger and try. Still if you are failed, try login with http://webmessenger.yahoo.com, let us know the result. Thanks for joining us. Have a good day.
clear your Cache and History from/through IE. Try re-opening http://www.yahoo.com on IE then try logging into Yahoo Messenger again.
either manually or try this free tool http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner download, install, run cleaner, and then registry options hope it works for you
1) Clear your browsers out Download 'ccleaner' and use it daily. Run it through a couple of times,using the factory settings and the 'Run Cleaner' control until 0 bytes are seen to be cleaned following a scan Run the 'Registry' from the left hand toolbar but 'Save' any changes after opting to 'repair' errors.Never make changes to your Registry without saving the information. http://www.filehippo.com/download_ccleaner/ Open Internet Explorer (even if you use another browser as default) > Tools > Internet Options > Connections tab > LAN settings > Uncheck all the boxes and check "Automtically detect settings" > Save > Save
A quick fix for that would be to enter the fix IP adress instead of the host name, or to check if the host name on the SMB server is correct, and reboot the SMB server.
A good help is to do that from another PC to check if that works:
ping the IP adress
try to connect to smb://IP_adress_or_hostname
If that works on the PC, there's no reason that it shouldn't work for the scan
The phone is attempted to contact a Project Server and was unable to make the connection because the Host (server) was not found. The Host Name did get converted into an IP Address, but the Host
itself could not be located. Often these messages are indicative of a
temporary failure, particular if the host / device was functioning
properly and no changes were made, at all, and the internet connection
otherwise functions properly.
You may need to contact the phone carrier or the manufacturer for second opinion.