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Re: Access to Mozila not permitted
To solve your problem perform the steps given below:
goto Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Windows Firewall > General tab - Make sure the firewall is switched on and "Don't allow exceptions" is unchecked. > Exceptions tab - Find the Firefox/Thunderbird/Mozilla Suite entry and delete it.> Check the box next to "Display a notification when Windows Firewall blocks a program".> Click "OK" to exit the Windows Firewall window.
for cookies error perform these steps:
Open Tools -> Options
-> Privacy and make sure "Accept cookies from sites" is checked and
that the site you're trying to access isn't listed under "Exceptions".
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Go to my computer and type in 126.96.36.199 and see if it does the same thing. If you can go to the page it's most likely a browser or DNS issue. I would also make sure that I deleted all temp files, IE temp files, and cache. I would also go to Internet Options/Browsing History/Change the radio button to Every Time I Visit A Webpage and change the Disk Space to Use to about 400MB. Restart start your browser and try again.
On the desktop: -First, go to mozila.com and download the version of Firefox they have to your computer (desktop) -once the download is completed, uninstall Firefox by going to [Start], [Control Panel] then [Add/Remove Programs] -scroll down the list of programs you have and uninstall Firefox. -You also want to uninstall any "toolbar" programs on the list as well (google, yahoo, etc). These toolbars can also interfere -After uninstalling Firefox and toolbar programs, look at your list of programs and make sure you only have 1 Anti-virus program installed (if you see 2 or more, please reply to us on how many you have installed). -Now, restart your computer.... then log in. -Install the new FireFox we downloaded to your desktop, by double-clicking on it -Follow the on-screen prompts (as you may have done before when you first installed it). -Now, after Firefox starts, try to go to Youtube.
and download process explorer.
Start it, and use the 'target' icon (to the right of the binoculars)
and 'drag' the icon to the command-box like window.
Then process explorer will tell you which program or process is causing this window to appear.
Find this program or process in windows file explorer and delete it.
Also download autoruns, a program that shows ALL autostarting programs, much better than win 98's msconfig