Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Robert, Feb 14, 2007.

  1. Others have found that ZA's disable and even its uninstall procedure
    are not always reliable. E.g. one poster discovered that even though
    he had supposedly *removed* the software that pieces of it were still
    present blocking "unauthorized" connections such as IE. He had to
    go to the ZA support site to find a special uninstall procedure to get rid
    of it completely. After that IE was able to connect successfully.


    Robert Aldwinckle
    Robert Aldwinckle, Feb 18, 2007
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  2. Robert

    Fred Guest

    Mine is still OK and I'd love to know what fixed it in case the problem
    recurs. One last thought. Have you tried "tools/ Internet Options/ Advanced/
    Reset" ? The advice on the left of the "Reset" button explains what resetting
    does. Best of luck
    Fred, Feb 19, 2007
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  3. Robert

    SamHill30 Guest

    -- I posted here someplace with the same problem. After long conversations,
    someone at MS support said the problem was with dial up connections and
    928090. I also contacted norton support, and they said to edit STARTUP and
    remove references to everything except MS items and Symantec items. After
    this, IE7 works ok even with kb929090 installed.
    SamHill30, Mar 13, 2007
  4. Uninstalling Norton Internet Security solved the problem. Appeared to be some kind of firewall conflict. Did not reinstall Norton but used different anti-virus software.

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    Robert Burney, Mar 16, 2007
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