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Ie error port not open FTP HTTP HTTPS - Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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    I am getting eMAIL ,

    getting the error message when I run the DIAGNOSIS tool.

    IE 7 cannot display webpages,

    MOZILLA cannot display webpages.

    Tryed disabling add-ons, thru msconfig

    Have not tryed to uninstall IE yet , because system cannot get to www.microsoft.com thru HTML, or FTP, error says FIREWALL may be blocking , disbled FIREWALL, no changes, same error message.

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