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Posted on 2004-09-17
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McAfee altered some setting on my computer -- after installing their fire wall + virus software, I can no longer download files.  I un-installed their fire-wall software, but I still get the following message while trying to download a file from internet explorer, and even from msn explorer (that butterfly thing)....

"Your current security settings do not allow this file to be downloaded"
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SheharyaarSaahil earned 1960 total points
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Hello kamleshmistry =)

goto IE>Tools>Internet Options>Advanced and click on Restore Defaults
then in Security section, select eash zone and click Default Level
apply and close IE properties
open IE and now check for the problem ??


also goto Start>Run>msconfig>Startup
and untick Mcafee entries
then in Services section, click on Hide Microsoft Services
and check here if any Mcafee service is listed
if YES then untick them also
apply and close, and now check ??


If no luck then are u running XP ??
if Yes then u can Try running this Winsock Repair for XP:
http://www.spychecker.com/program/winsockxpfix.html

Restart and now check ??
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