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I'm using XP-Pro, StopZilla and Norton 2007. My own website http://www.mbmcorporate.co.uk will not show (get a page not found error) - on ONE of my office computers... Even with SZ and Norton OFF...

Posted on 2008-10-08
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I know this is not really 'expert' stuff, but I am at my wits end... I'm using XP-Pro, StopZilla and Norton 2007. My own website http://www.mbmcorporate.co.uk will not show (get a page not found error) - on ONE of my office computers... Even with SZ and Norton switched OFF... Tried emptying all of the cache etc. Same for Firefox and IE7

Any clues would be graciously accepted...

Kind regards
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I would remove stopzilla..  I had a client with that program and it was making web browsing not function properly.  I would suggest Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware and spybot search and destroy instead.
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Agree on removing Stopzilla. You should also remove Norton, since it is a completely useless antivirus and install a good one such as Avira, F-Secure or Kaspersky. Also, don't install spybot, it's dead, install SUPERAntiSpyware and MalwareBytes Anti Malware
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Thanks for you r help!
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