Inbound server defect (NORTON ANTIVIRUS admit it is within their prog.
As they (NORTON ) have had me on 2 occasions go into RUN -& type in cmd Etc to Short term avail only, I now feel I wish to Rid my PC of NORTON (M They had me download 2008 Version to supposedly fix the problem Only then to be advised that I would need to Verify kind of Installer Version I had & choose between V1 or V2.---to obtain Digitally signed Installer. I have suffered long enough with the NORTON product & ask of you IS THERE AVAILABLE at NO FEE a RELIABLE mail scanner?------ I have Spybot +Paretologics Privacy Controls + Reg Cure + Registry Smart & PC Tools Spyware Doctor to "CLEAN"-buy simply ask for an EMAIL IN & OUT SCANNER at No Cost Please , Kind Regards, Martin Peter
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Good day Martin! Yes! There is something good that you can use. It's called AVG and it's free. http://free.grisoft.com/ You can set it up to run at the time of day that you wish and to get updates automatically. I found this because of going through a similar situation. Plus, the Norton just wasn't as effective in finding viruses as AVG seems to be. For malware, I recommend AdAware, which is a another free, and excellent program. The downside of the free edition of AdAware is that you can't schedule it to run on a regular basis. You have to remember to run it every so often. http://www.download.com/Ad-Aware-SE-Personal-Edition/3000-8022_4-10045910.html
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from start butrton in the run command ( if win Xp) type: cmd within the dos box type ping <the name of the mx server> if there is a response a response from then the mx server is valid and it may your firewall or antivirus bloacking port 25, disable the antivirus to try again
rom start butrton in the run command ( if win Xp) type: cmd within the dos box type ping <the name of the mx server> if
there is a response a response from then the mx server is valid and it
may your firewall or antivirus bloacking port 25, disable the antivirus
to try again
first off, make sure your computer isnt infected with somekind of virus that keeps you from using Chrome and IE.
Run a full system scan using Windows Defender or whatever antivirus program you may have to see if your system is infected.
after that, if no virus is found, heres four things to try:
1: check your firewall, sometimes certain ones may conflict with your web browsers and prevent you from accessing the internet with them. if you can, simply check the settings and allow the use of these web browsers. another way would be to disable your firewall for a short amount of time and see if that fixes the problem.
2: if you recently had a malware infection, then your lan proxy server settings could be mixed up:
-for internet explorer, go to tools, Internet options; Connections tab; LAN Settings; and make sure that the "Automatically Detect Settings" box is checked and everything else is not.
-for Google Chrome press the tools button (the wrench in the top right corner) and scroll down to "Options"; go to the Under the Hood tab and scroll down and click "Change Proxy Settings"; click on LAN settings in the bottom right corner; and make sure that the only box checked is the "Automatically Detect Settings" one
3: Sometimes after uninstalling an antivirus software, software conflicts are left over. This is especially true for Norton. Download the Norton Removal Tool off of majorgeeks.com to completely uninstall Norton, even if you have uninstalled it using windows previously. Im not sure if other antivirus softwares have this issue, but there may be other antivirus removal softwares availiable on the internet.
4: your winsocket settings may be mixed up.
click start and type "cmd" in the search bar.
right click on cmd and select "Run as Administrator"
if a message box pops up, click "Continue" or enter the correct administrative password (probably the one you use to login).
after cmd opens, enter "netsh winsock reset" and press enter.
hopefully one of these solutions helps!
Try to access another antivirus website online scanner and go to windows update if you are unable to access them as well you have Win32.Worm.Downadup.Gen. It prevents any access to any antivirus software and windows updates it also turns off any installed sntiviru updates. Removal is actually really simple just go here http://www.bdtools.net/download-removal-tool.php
do not mind me asking, but is your copy genuine???? Coz if its not, u will not be able to activate it via internet.
And if u have bought it from a genuine source than try re-establishing your internet connection. Close all background applications(torrents, downloaders .. etc), and then try to connect to the server. it should work.
please download it from another friends pc or from cyber , i feel 1) the server is down 2) you may have a fire wall 3) your current anti virus and security software will not allow down load 4) you have win .salinity type of virus already present in your own system