Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
I have multiple issues on two different browsers as well as issues with my Microsoft Outlook. On Firefox I have issues connecting to some websites, I just seem to time out. On others such as E-bay I keep getting an Http/1.1 Internal Server error when I try to log in. On other pages on Ebay I get an Ivalid Verb error or something like that. On the same pages on IE I am getting a page that tells me that I am not connected to the internet. I have contacted my ISP and they helped to TS my Outlook issue but we just ran into a dead end. On Outlook I am able to receive mail just fine but I cannot send. I went over my settings in Outlook with a few different agents at Comcast and we could not fix. I have a laptop that goes through the same connection and through my wireless router and it has no issues what so ever so is not the connection. I have compared all the settings I can think of between the laptop and the PC and most everything is basically the same. While comparing settings I did notice the iNVidia Forceware Drivers installed for my Onboard Video card. I thought that I had uninstalled them when I uninstalled that card and upgraded to an ATI 1650x. You may not see any relation but I think that this is part of my problem. I think that those drivers are causing all kinds of strange conflicts through out my system. All of this started to happen one day when I was playing a Video Game and my video card totally froze up my computer and I was forced to reboot. Everything was just fine up until that point and then all went to heck in a handbasket. I cannot for the life of me get rid of those forceware drivers. I have even downloaded a driver sweeper (that was supposed to get rid of them) and booted up in safemode, run the sweeper, and rebooted and still it does not get rid of them. I am at a total loss at this point and would appreciate any help I can get.
Sounds like spyware. Download Spybot S&D, and ADAWARE 2007. Set the settings as high as they will go and run one thn the other. If you can't get online, ,,, use another computer to download the files then put the files on the bad computer.
There are a lot of programs that SAY they will repair your problem but the will not or they ask you to pay them to do it. These two are free and work great. You can even stop things from loading at start up with spybot. Put it in advanced mode to see all of the tools and settings.
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