Question about Computers & Internet
If everything worked before and suddenly they just don't work now. . .
Simply go to SYSTEM RESTORE, and restore your PC to a time when everything worked. Restore will not delete your personal files, BUT your should SAVE VERY IMPORTANT STUFF to either a DVD or a CD-Rom Disk, BEFORE you run RESTORE.
If the first PICKED DATE in RESTORE doesn't fix it. Undo that restore point and pick another. Keep doing this untill you get to a place BEFORE your troubles STARTED. Some automatic updates erase small drivers and sometimes after an automatic update, things stop working. Especially true for security updates, that SUDDENLY BLOCK A PROGRAM, that was NOT BLOCKED before that updaste. So you might want to check you firewall settings to see if Facebook is blocked. The facebook site is: (static.ak.fbcdn.net) the farkle site is : (18.104.22.168) If either one is blocked, they will not work. Also add these sites to your TRUSTED SITES in internet options, and to your Trusted cookies under (privacy) in internet options.
For the cookies, click ALLOW. For the trusted sites, you may need to UNCHECK the box at the bottom.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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