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About Jaymz

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  1. Hey HD, We live in the same place =) I live in Lincoln city! Small world eh? My OS is absolutley fine, and although I'm not a tech guru, I'm not stupid either, My OS is installed on a seperate hard drive to all my files anyway. As for everything else, no everything seems fine and I've had it setup running for a fairly long time with no problems. So I am convinced it is nothing I have done. As the guy above you said, it's most probably the bug so I will just wait till it is fixed. Thanks again though for your quick replies, it's very nice to see support like this. Very happy that I chose to buy this product, as other Anti Virus companies are awful at support.
  2. Okay, thanks I will. Do you have any time scale till this will be fixed? I'm not inpatient, I'm simply wondering as I'm unsure if I will be fully protected etc Thanks very much for your quick response =)
  3. Hey there, I recently had a power cut… and when I restarted my computer, Firefox would not open. This is the error displayed. After about half an hour... of uninstalling and reinstalling Firefox to no avail I decided to disable my anti virus incase it was blocking it. As I had checked the permisions tab on firefox's properties and they were all fine. As soon as I closed A2, Firefox opened fine. So I then started up A2, and went to white list and added firefox to the white list. Now everything is okay. However now for what ever reason, Firefox is slow to open, I presume because the anti virus would block it, however due to the rule I created it does not. My question is, Have I turned any settings on that could / would block Firefox from opening because ideally I would like to remove it from the whitelist just incase I browse something bad. Thanks very much. I'm on Windows 7 Proffesional, all updates installed. I'm also using the Beta Client, which I recently just reinstalled due to the bug that made it crash all the time. Thanks again, James