You have to enter router setup page and re-establish protection.
Norton is uninstalled. I will re-establish protection. What's next with the issues to connect to yahoo/hotmail?
First, you need to get some protection.
Download and install ONE of these:
- Avast! free antivirus: http://www.avast.com/eng/download-avast-home.html
- Avira free antivirus: http://www.free-av.com/en/download/1/avira_antivir_personal__free_antivirus.html
What exactly happens, when you try to go to Yahoo/Hotmail mail.
Did you try both browsers?
Yes, I've tried both browsers. After logging in, in IE the page try to load but stays "wating" as I explained in quote #68.
With Firefox prompts a message: "Cannot connect to login.yahoo.com. Cannot stablish a secure connection as the protocol has been desactivated"
(Error Code: ssl_error_ssl_disabled)
I'm downloading th antivirus and waiting for your directions.
See, if this will help: http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb...securely+because+the+SSL+protocol+is+disabled
I bought a new RAM. The Laptop is running much faster but still I'm not able to conect to yahoo/hotmail. Last time I turned on my computer I got a prompt indicating ther was an IP conflict with other system in the network. Could it be that what is driving me crazy with this issue?
Please your advice
Did you try link from my previous reply?
Yes, and I did everything I was told to do
I'm not sure, what else to tell you....
In this forum, we make sure, your computer is free of malware and your computer is clean
Because the access to malware forum is very limited, your best option is to create new topic about your current issue, at Windows section.
You'll get more attention.
Since your computer is clean, I'll mark this topic as "Resolved".
OK. Thanks very much. Three Last questions:
1. Should I uninstalled avast (free download trial version) and re-installed my Norton, which I've got a license for 4 more months?
2. Should I complete steps 8-10 on your quote #57
3. My Windows firewall is off. I was told it is not good to have the antivirus and the windows firewalls on at the same time.
Please your advice
1. You can go back to Norton, if you paid for it.
Not true. You have to have AV and firewall running. However, if you go back to Norton, it includes a firewall, so in that case, you turn Windows firewall OFF. You don't want to run two firewalls.
I can't hardly say how much I'm thankful for all of your time. You can always contact me her in the Dominican Republic any time you need me.
PS: Are you male/female?
Hahaha...vacation in Dominican Republic? Sounds good
You can come around. Seriously. My famly is very friendly. How do I open the new topic at Windows section?
Go here: http://www.techspot.com/vb/menu15.html and click on "New topic" button.