Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Ok is this being sent to you by email, if so , it is not windows or ms office it is your email program, go into the mail preferances and i would venture a guess you have "not to show attachments" or something similar. I would also say it was probably set up by a parent. look at the selections what your looking for is to show and allow all attachments it is treating the attachment as a virus for your protection. I will continue to tell people not to open any email from a source that you dont know or solicate from, dont give personal information to anyone i dont care if it is a close friend and least of all i dont care if your talking to the same person for 10 years in a chat room, anyone asking personal information online deletem or block them, if they are reliable they will never ask. ok off my soap box, "aint nothing common about sense"
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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