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Norton 360 webchat (webchat works!) showed me how to disable Norton temporarily and I still received the above error.  I've scoured the threads on this site and have not found a Also, I get a bubble pop sound all the time,... I ran trojan remover. Was getting so annoyed at this coming up so I uninstalled Norton and as I hit finish in the uninstall program, all my open windows (word, chrome, powerpoint) began closing one navigate here

I use Windows XP. 1st - Go to your control panel 2nd - Select the internet options thumbnail 3d - Under the 'connections' tab, click on the 'LAN settings button'. 4th Hopefully that will fix the original problem. To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here. However, now i cannot access any webpages (and i only have Internet Explorer) whatsoever, as I only get the page that says : "Internet Explorer Cannot Display This Webpage," Please help https://community.norton.com/en/forums/inernet-explorer-cannot-display-webpage

It was a typo. Once it has restarted, do the same for "DHCP Client". As of now there is no reason to lock it because he/she may want to make another post. I opened the security centre and looked at the firewall and it is on but it is being run by Norton which I deleted which started this whole mess!!

Best wishes. This file can not be registered." The second was for "regsvr32 msjava.dll" which I received the following message "LoadLibrary("msjava.dll") failed - The specified module could not be found". After rebooting you should run live update again to ensure all updates are retrieved. It really doesn't do very much.

A few minutes later I went back to my home page and logged in again and it worked. I totally agree with WTP. You may have the appropriate permission to access the item." Tried the same thing from the other user (there are only 2 for the computer) - same result. * Tried to I'm using IE 11 on Win 7.

I understand how frustrating it can get! My issue seems to be with ie. Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage Other Suggestions Check Your Proxy Settings - A proxy setting could be causing this error. Now I realized that the firewall was allowing both programs to have full access to the internet, so I started snooping around the AVG Tools and was able to figure out

I get Cannot find server or DNS Error message in the browser. Disable all of those and restart IE and see if the problem is still present. Register now Not a member yet? I will try the suggestion that dp has given here tonite.

I have come across somewhere else in a forum about a person who said norton had somehow blocking their web browser, but they said someone at norton reinstalled the program and check over here You can also try temporarily disabling NIS add-ins for IE. When I checked the status of the connection both wired and wireless all seems to be fine. NOTHING is working Report Chris- Oct 28, 2014 12:41PM this message is for computerblues..............I just found an article on the internet regarding microsoft security advisory 3009008 about a vulnerability in ssl

Report Diane- Mar 3, 2014 02:06PM thanks, it worked well!! The one thing I did noticed was that the BSOD's were different... If it does I will run that tool (uninstaller) and then re-install. his comment is here It happens 75% of the time.

Before that everything was working fine. Thanks. 03-30-2011, 10:01 PM #4 sinclair_tm Macintosh Methodology Wizard - TSF Retired Join Date: Mar 2005 Location: Dusty Mexican Border Lands Posts: 13,452 OS: Mac OS X I tried Crag's solution then.

I have been at this for 2 weeks and was ready to go purchase a new computer.

ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: Connection to failed. Turned out to be a setting in K9 Web Protection that was causing this. There is a notification sound (I went through the sounds listed for windows and it appears to be the speech recognition "on" and speech recognition "sleep" sounds) that play whenever certain Despite having a strong signal & connected to my usual wireless network.

Someone else found this topic and replied to it yesterday. Obviously if there is a service outage checking cables and resetting the modem won't work.If there is a Comcast network issue and your internet starts crawling slower than a turtle it Being a member gives you detailed monitoring of your requests. weblink i have a compaq pc running vista .

Hard disk was formated and fresh copy of windows is installed. Ideas? I checked and gee whiz the cable was disconnected from the router, I plugged it back in. So I figured it is the firewall which is blocking the web browser.

I removed it and it seems to be working fine now. but It has been a while since I've dealt with Symantec products. Instantly, all the numbers lined up, and I tried Mozilla Firefox with baited breath, AND IMMEDIATE connection! If that doesn't work, you'll need to download a program called xpwinsock fix from another PC and run it on yours.

Please help me rid my lappy of the evils of Norton. Report Carl- Apr 14, 2009 05:21PM When he means cml, he means 'CMD'.