Brousing not safe

  unitedman 21:28 14 Nov 07
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My computer (Windows Vista) suffered an unexpected closure and when restarted advised a scan for faults.
When completed it now sows on the brouser that Brousing is not safe ---Auto Protect off.
How do I fix this?

  SANTOS7 21:37 14 Nov 07

It is probably the auto protect function of whatever you scanned your PC with.

  unitedman 21:39 14 Nov 07

But how do I get the auto protect back on?

  SANTOS7 21:40 14 Nov 07

can't tell you that until you tell us what prog you scanned your PC with!!!

  unitedman 21:42 14 Nov 07

windows was scanning for faults.

  SANTOS7 21:48 14 Nov 07

The "auto protect" function will apply to an A/V prog like norton not windows..

  unitedman 21:52 14 Nov 07

but can you help me "fix" it please?

  SANTOS7 21:57 14 Nov 07

ben20086 me old coconut, What Antivirus prog do you run on your PC, it may be related to that..

  SANTOS7 21:58 14 Nov 07

ben20086 me old coconut, What Antivirus prog do you run on your PC, it may be related to that..

  unitedman 22:01 14 Nov 07

norton 360

  SANTOS7 22:03 14 Nov 07

click here

this may help...

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